Holovis will launch The Lost Cove, its latest 3D immersive, themed multiplayer title in the DomeRider series, at EAS 2014.
Incorporating the next generation of interactive dark ride technologies, it features fully immersive content with real time media and gaming integration, all synchronised with an array of motion and interactivity options.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida, US, has celebrated the grand opening of the new interactive exhibit, Great Balls of Fire, which provides guests with an in-depth and hands-on experience as they learn about asteroids, comets and meteorites.
Cadbury World in the UK has opened a new attraction in the shape of the 4D Chocolate Adventure.
A replacement for the previous Cadbury Land attraction, the latest addition to the venue provides a brand new 4D experience which sees guests joining Cadbury character Freddo and a host of other characters on an adventurous journey.
Construction work on a new roller coaster at Gardaland theme park in Italy has started, with the ride set for a 2015 opening.
The as-yet-unnamed ride will be build by Switzerland-based Bollinger & Mabillard (B&M), which installed Raptor at Gardaland in 2011.
When the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park re-opens this summer, the Colorado attraction will be using Gateway Ticketing Systems' flagship Galaxy product suite for ticketing, food and beverage, retail, and access control.
Aussie World on Australia's Sunshine Coast has cut the ribbon on its latest ride, Ballroom Blitz.
At first glance, the theme park's latest ride appears calm. However, when operational it takes riders 15m in the air.
Cruden, the Netherlands-based motion simulation company, has supplied China's first ever simulator centre using professional simulators.
The 5,000sq.m Huan Teng Technology centre in Guangzhou opened in June, and features eight Cruden Hexatech Formula Style racing car simulators linked together.
Innovative Leisure, the adventure attractions specialist, has installed high ropes attractions at two brand new UK locations: the National Water Sports Centre (NWSC) in Nottingham and North Bay Railway in Scarborough.
Aqualand Maspalomas waterpark in Las Palmas, a beach-resort city on the southernmost tip of Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands, kicked off its second season in a colossal way with the installation of one of the biggest waterslides in Europe - and the first of its kind in Spain.
US-based Premier Rides has been selected by Bosque Mágico Coca Cola to design and build Mexico's first magnetic launch roller coaster as part of the park's 20th anniversary celebration in 2015.
Ihu's Breakaway Falls, Orlando's tallest, steepest multi-drop tower slide of its kind, is now open at Aquatica Orlando.
Riders climb 126 steps to the top of the eight-storey - nearly 80ft - tower, stepping into one of three colourful breakaway boxes.
Leading Spanish theme park PortAventura has opened what is purportedly the world's longest interactive boat ride.
Developed by Germany's Mack Rides, Angkor: Adventure in the Lost Kingdom offers visitors the chance to shoot targets with individual water guns, while getting splashed.
Premier Rides, a global supplier of cutting-edge theme park attractions, has announced the successful opening of its newest attraction, Sky Scream, at Holiday Park in Germany.
The visually stunning and thrilling attraction, designed and manufactured by the Baltimore, US-based company, is Europe's first roller coaster to feature three magnetic launches.
With engineers, technicians, construction workers, managers and the park general manager standing by watching, the longest inverted roller coaster in the world, Banshee, screamed its way through its first test run at Kings Island theme park near Cincinnati, Ohio, on March 15.
After several months of development, P&P Projects and Walibi Holland have rolled out Xpress: Platform 13 - a looping rollercoaster that launches visitors to a breathtaking 90km/h within just three seconds.
Famed for its adrenaline-packed Skycoaster zipline, Maryland-based Ride Entertainment is no stranger to innovative, high-thrill attractions. New from the company in 2014 is AirSurfer - the first powered zipline that has the ability to navigate turns and go up and down inclines.
Flogos, the innovative marketing company that is involved in the production of 'flying foam' motifs across world markets, is quickly growing its foothold in the Middle East.
Developed in the US in 2008, the Flogos solution has been expanding around the world. The innovative solution utilises helium foam to create floating messages and logos, ideal for corporate events, sport sponsorship, trade fairs, store openings and roadshows.
Divertical, the world's tallest and fastest water coaster, is located at Mirabilandia in north-eastern Italy.
Developed by Intamin, Divertical stands an imposing 60m tall at the apex of its elevator lift system. Riders hit a top speed of 110km/h, and traverses several hundred feet of roller coaster-style track.
Adlabs Imagica Waterpark in Khopoli, India, has chosen state-of-the-art water quality by using the Neptune-Benson Defender aquatic filtration system.
Adlabs Imagica Waterpark is spread across 300 acres and has over 21 rides and attractions - many of which require thousands of gallons of water to operate.
Wet 'n' Wild Las Vegas has announced that one of ProSlide Technology's award-winning Tornado extreme water slides will be opening at the waterpark on Memorial Day weekend.
ProSlide's Tornado has received numerous awards, including the Industry Impact Award from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA).
As museums and tourism facilities around the world continue to look for new ways to share information with their customers, one newly formed Dutch company has rolled out the latest generation of interactive tours.
Sacoa PlayCard, a leader in cashless payment systems, has partnered with Megma Print-O-Pack to represent the company's debit card system in India.
The two companies exhibited together for the first time under the Megma-Sacoa banner at the recent IAAPI trade show. Attendees were able to see the PlayCard line-up for FECs, amusement parks, arcades and waterparks.
The Bullock Texas State History Museum in downtown Austin recently contracted Electrosonic for a complete audio and video systems upgrade and reprogramming of its 190-seat 4D Texas Spirit Theater.
ProSlide of Canada has won IAAPA's 2013 award for best new water ride.
The company's HydroMagnetic Tornado revolutionises two IAAPA Impact Award-winning technologies by combining them into a single ride path.
Adventure attractions specialist Innovative Leisure has completed the installation of the first Sky Trail High Ropes Course and Sky Tykes Junior Ropes Course, as well as well as an ice-themed Climbing Tower, at Northern Ireland family entertainment centre, We Are Vertigo.
French film and technology park Futuroscope opened a new dark ride - La Machine à Voyager dans le Temps - on December 21, with Jora Entertainment providing key design aspects.
US family entertainment centre operator Main Event Entertainment's groundbreaking new site in Tempe, Arizona, comes complete with a custom-themed, multi-level laser tag arena developed by Creative Works.
"Main Event Entertainment is now incorporating themed laser tag in their new sites, and they have experienced the benefits and challenges with a second level add-on," said Carolyn Goettsch, marketing manager for Indiana-based Creative Works.
Exhibit designers released a sneak peek of the new Oregon Zoo Railway this week, giving the industry its first look at a route optimised for spectacular views of animals and the annual winter ZooLights display starting in late 2014.
Holovis unveiled MotionDome, the next generation of immersive dark ride and gaming technology, to the US market for the first time at the IAAPA Attractions Expo this week.
This season, Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, debuted OmniTicket Network's exciting new Interactive Turnstile Transformer (ITT).
This innovative product transforms almost any turnstile, counter or desktop into a dynamic, interactive access control solution.
Discovery Cove in Orlando, Florida, has been voted the best theme park in the world by travel website, TripAdvisor.
Siam Park in Adeje, Spain, won the award for best waterpark in the world.
Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world's largest regional theme park company, has announced record financial performance in the second quarter 2014, as revenue grew four per cent to $377m, fuelled by higher guest spending.
Siriusware, a division of Accesso Technology Group, has won new contracts with six major US attractions.
The New Mexico, US-based attractions systems company is working with The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), the Capital Wheel at National Harbor, Greek Peak Mountain Resort and iFly Denver.
Simworx has installed an Angry Birds-themed 4D effects theatre at Thorpe Park in the UK, as part of the new Angry Birds Land.
The 4D theatre forms the centrepiece of the new 4,000sq.m area based on the hugely popular smartphone and tablet game franchise, which also features suitably themed dodgem cars, a drop tower ride and interactive games.
Jeff Pike, Evan Souliere and Chris Gray, formerly of Great Coasters International (GCI), have left their positions at the company to form their own company and pursue additional interests.
Kingsmen Exhibits, a wholly owned unit of Kingsmen Creatives, has been awarded a $25m contract for the construction and maintenance of fit-out works for edutainment centre KidZania in Singapore.
A Chinese developer is creating a CNY10bn ($1.6bn) theme park in Harbin, the capital and largest city of Heilongjiang Province in north-eastern China.
Poseidon Ocean Kingdom will feature stories about the sea god Poseidon in Greek Mythology.
Plans have been submitted for a $140m indoor waterpark and hotel at the Mountain Creek ski resort in Vernon, New Jersey, US.
The project would include an action sports centre, which Mountain Creek chief executive officer Andrew Mulvihill said would distinguish it from other indoor waterparks.
Waterslides, a jungle and even beaches are among the exotic visions for West Midland Safari Park under an £80m ($137m) expansion that will create 500 jobs.
The UK park is already one of Britain's biggest tourist attractions, with 750,000 visitors every year. Now it wants to expand with a jungle-themed indoor waterpark and 250-bedroom hotel.
Due to the explosive growth in Asia-Pacific, in particular China, WhiteWater Shanghai has moved to a larger office to be able to accommodate more clients, partners and employees.
Earlier this month, developer London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH) held a series of public consultation events relating to the proposed London Paramount Entertainment Resort in North Kent.
LRCH announced plans to develop the Paramount resort in October 2012, after it received a licence from Paramount Pictures Corporation, the US media conglomerate which has interests in theme parks and visitor attractions.