Triotech gave attendees at Orlando’s IAAPA Expo a first-look at its new “Qube” four-player immersive simulator game, inspired by the company’s XD Dark Ride interactive theater.
The game system features 100-foot 4k projections, four seats with motion, wind effects, blasters, and 5.1 surround sound.
“Qube™ was born from the idea of disrupting the deluxe coin-op video game world by combining the robustness and reliability expected from a coin operated product with an unparalleled sense of immersion,” said Ernest Yale, CEO and founder of Triotech. “Key to the Qube’s success is the fact that we worked closely with customers and distributors during the development and testing phase. The product was designed through close collaboration with distributors and operators of FECs and Arcades. This helped balance excellent game-play, look, and appeal with other important operator benefits such as durability and ease of maintenance.”
Triotech has been involved in major projects such as Ninjago: The Ride at Legoland parks around the world. Other high-profile clients include Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott’s Berry Farm, Cedar Fair, Merlin Entertainment Group, Dave & Busters, and more.
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