HUSS' Explorer immerses riders via a 360-degree screen At this year’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS), Huss will highlight its film-based ride attractions, Explorer and Movie Base XS.
Movie Base XS is a “next generation” flying theatre which is smaller and more compact than the original version.
Explorer provides visitors with the sensation of being immersed in the scenes which surround them via a 360-degree screen and accommodates guests of all ages, is accessible to those with disabilities, offers a high capacity and is open to every kind of theme.
The improved Shot ’n Drop Maxi will also be showcased.
Visit Huss at booth #20-705
The European edition of IAAPA’s trade show returns to Berlin this September. EAS 2017 expects to welcome 11,000 attendees, and more than 500 global exhibitors across the 11,500sqm of trade show floor.
Supplier: Huss Park Attractions GmbH BremenGermany HUSS stands for excellent quality, safety and innovation in the manufacture of amusement rides. Web: www.hussrides.com
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