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Postby maliboomer » Tue Mar 22, 2005 10:31 pm

RIDERCAM® is not only a camera on your coaster! The RIDERCAM®-experience starts while you are waiting in line. Flat screens display spectacular trailers making customers aware of new attractions, heightening their anticipation for the upcoming ride.

After boarding RIDERCAM® immediately begins recording the adventure. Every moment is being captured, from the beginning of the lift hill to breaking at the end. Right after exiting the car the passenger arrives in the RIDERCAM®-shop where flat screens display short clips of the previous ride, letting the customer relive the thrill.

After ordering it only takes a couple of minutes to burn the personalized movie onto DVD. Your individual wishes can be considered. Selected park video clips and photos and/or stock theme park attraction videos can be added. At home your customers not only see their individual ride, but also receive a broad overview about all your other theme park attractions.

Sound quite intresting, but I don't know how the so called GP will react..
Your opinion?

More info at http://www.ridercam.de

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