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Normally Ferrari cars are designed for driving and racing. But not at the magnificent Abu Dhabi-based Ferrari World Park! Based on an original scenario from Thinkwell (Burbank, California), Benno’s Great Race is a totally different interactive dark ride. Young visitors are invited to help the little mouse Benno to first assemble his car and then remove all obstacles which prevent him from racing and a glorious victory.
In order to fulfill this mission, Alterface designed a device which is not simply “aim and shoot” but instead uses Salto TM drag and drop technology combined with an interactive device shaped as a wrench. With this great little tool, the players can go through the seven different workshops and watch their little hero Benno triumph!
MIXED MEDIA DARK-RIDE, 2016
Design: Thinkwell Group
Media Studio: Pure Imagination
Ride Vendor: ETF
Footprint: 2426 m2 (26.113 ft²)
Throughput: 600 players/hour
Duration : 6 min.
Interactive device: Portable device
Number of Vehicles: 11 Trackless Multi Mover
Vehicle Capacity: 6 players per vehicle
Number of interactive Scenes: 9
Number of screens: 9
Hall of fame: Yes
Special feature: Drag & Drop technology
Alterface granted US patent for innovative shooting technology
Posted on the 14.09.16
Alterface, global champion in interactive attractions, proudly announces it has received a patent in the US for its innovative shooting technology ‘Multi-user pointing apparatus and method’.Read more
"It is definitely a world-class dark ride and a very good addition to Ferrari World."
"Because of its very innovative gameplay, the production of this ride required an excellent collaboration with the media company. Visitors had to remain engaged by minimizing the learning curve for each workshop. A great challenge for our team and at the end an on-time and successful result!"
"The ride is a clever mix of practical and screen effects. "
"The interactive system works extremely well and it's very easy to tell which is your icon on the screen."