Feb 13, 2021

DOF Robotics to showcase new projects and products at IAAPA Expo Europe

DOF Robotics is proud to be a platinum sponsor of IAAPA Expo Europe 2019. The attractions industry’s premium international conference and trade show will be held at the Paris Expo Porte De Versailles from 16th – 19th September. It will feature more the 550 exhibitors over 16,000 square metres, making it the largest show floor in the event’s history.

Over 15,000 industry professionals are expected to attend, from more than 100 countries. An extensive line-up of speakers has been revealed ahead of the event, formerly known as Euro Attractions Show. DOF Robotics will be waiting to greet attendees at booth #3724, where team members will be highlighting some of the company’s latest products and projects.

Hurricane 360 VR and RIOT VR

One such product is the multi-award winning Hurricane 360 VR. This IAAPA Brass Ring Award winner is a unique attraction, giving guests a thrilling experience and providing operators with a high return on investment (ROI). The 6 Axis Motion Ride has 360-degree rotation capability, 7 degrees of freedom and a whole range of special effects including water, rain, air blasts and even snow.

RIOT VR is a best-seller for the company. The latest model can be produced with any number of seats and platforms to adapt to the operator’s available space. The customised seats feature aeroplane belts so guests can enjoy the experience in comfort. The attraction also features 2.1 sound system quality and special effects such as rain, fog and leg ticklers.


Flying theatres

Compact Flying Theaters from DOF Robotics provide an innovate attraction that will keep guests coming back for more, leading to a high ROI.  This product is compatible with any possible size of room and can be fully customised.

EXPLORER is an XD Movie Theatre with suspended seat modules. With their feet off the ground and moving at height, guests will feel fully immersed in the adventures on the domed screen in front.

Hurricane 360 VR has been wowing shoppers at a new VR retailtainment project in Portugal.