Dynamic Attractions impresses with 2 New Product Offerings

Dynamic has done it again! Two new products debuted at the IAAPA attractions Expo, and one of them won the prestigious Brass Ring for Best New Product Concept.

First up is an all new ride  concept: The All-Terrain Dark Ride. As we can see in the video and pictures below concept testing is already well underway for the ride!

This concept is essentially a trackless ride system that doesn’t stay inside or on a paved road like other dark rides but actually allows riders to explore new terrains. All terrains in fact, I can think of many great regional parks will some awesome rolling hills where this could fit right in! With the theme options being limitless we could see anything from Sci-Fi to Space Rover and beyond.

The All-Terrain Dark Ride will be a definite winner for whatever park or venue installs it. Just hours after being introduced at IAAPA Attractions Expo, it won Dynamic Attractions the Brass Ring for Best New Product for the third time is as many years. You will recall last year, the awesome Motion Theater won the prestigious award!

Here’s a look at the All-Terrain Dark Ride model with the Temple Theme:

But that wasn’t all Dynamic had to share with us at the trade-show! The Dynamic Flightcycle is a great new feature to the flying theater offerings allowing rider to feel like they are flying on the back of a dragon.

Dragon Rider is the first concept for the new ride vehicle. But the options can be endless, motorcycle and pterodactyl are a couple other options that come to mind. Dynamic also notes this seat style can be a retrofit on existing flying theaters:

A model at the expo show us the vehicle concept:

Dynamic has lots of stories to tell, of course in all their attractions offerings. But what about their story? Stay tuned to our social pages for a great story on how this company will go to Dynamic lengths for a client! Also to find out why a Flying Theater would travel via airplane!

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