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While this is clearly just trying to be part of the latest tech trend to be used on various theme park coasters, I would like to argue that the Skyscraper coaster would be one coaster I would think most would opt not to wear the headgear. After all, the biggest thrill of the Skyscraper is going to be the dizzying view from the ride's frightening foot height as it spirals around the outside of the tower.
Why would you want to put on VR headgear and miss all that? As I thought when I saw a revised piece of artwork of the tower showing an odd 'ring' like structure added to run around the top, this steel ring will be used as a very tall walkway for guests to step out, while wearing a harness of course, and take a stroll around the outside of the Skyplex tower, standing feet above the ground.
Similar attractions have been built on other large towers outside of the United States, but this will be the first one to open in the US.
One of the first of theses that I ever heard of was the SkyWalk in New Zealand, which you can catch a look in the video below to see just what is involved. With the project now approved, it's time for Skyplex to put their money where their mouth is and build this thing.
It is also great to hear that the overall ride length, even with this new LSM Lift, will still be about a 4 minute long ride experience from start to finish. Kitchen also mentions that around the start of the , they are planning on kicking off construction on three different Polercoaster projects at about the same time in different locations around the world.
Currently they claim to have contracts for similar but smaller Polercoaster attractions in Atlanta, Atlantic City, New York, Las Vegas and Nashville, with three of those locations they wouldn't say which ready to break ground in a little over a month.
Now the Orlando Sentinel reports that a group affiliated with Universal Orlando has begun to send out mailers and launch a website, all with the goal of opposing the Skyplex project as the December 1st vote on the project quickly approaches. The problem is Universal has their hands full right now with Reign of Kong, the new Sapphire Falls Resort, the expansion of Cabana Bay, future CityWalk projects and the construction of the brand new Volcano Bay waterpark.
By playing the politics game, it appears as if Universal is trying to delay these other projects in order to level the playing field in their advantage. Of course, that approval could come with some stipulations regarding the final size or style of the tower itself, but I do think Skyplex has a good shot at getting the approval they need. I'm not quite sure how I feel about that, as it will be more thrilling for sure, but I kind of liked the scenic viewing aspect of the old spiral slow lift hill concept as well.
The video also shows off the freetall drop ride as well as other proposed Polercoaster locations, such as Myrtle Beach, SC. I always find it a bit funny when anyone cites a concern over the height of the Skyplex possibly being too much for I-Drive, when the foot tall Orlando Eye is sitting there glowing away in the night sky every night about a block away to the South, and Orlando's entire tourist corridor is pretty much an assortment of sky-high neon-lit amusement towers from the north end of I-Drive all the way down to in Kissimmee where up until this point, the attitude has always been one of "anything goes".
In fact, there is an online petition you can sign to show your support for SkyPlex by clicking here. Today we get a better look at that proposed Surf Park complex mentioned back in June, to be located on the top of a story parking garage.
Artwork showing off what they are now calling Sky Surf Park can be found at ClickOrlando where they will put three different style wave pools stories in the air, along with a beachside cafe and more. While the board rejected the plan, it is up to the County Commission to vote on the project, who may approve the Skyplex to go ahead anyway, despite the negative vote from the Zoning Board. The County Commission will vote on the Skyplex at their Nov. Longtime readers know I'm no Intamin fan-boy Sorry folks, but my gut just says this is the wrong move for this project.
According to the Orlando Sentinel , the FAA and finally weighed in on the foot tall tower project and officially deemed that it "poses no hazard to air traffic". The ruling will be official on Monday, if there are no worthy objections sent in by today to the FAA. Following that the Skyplex plans have been given the green light by Orange County's Development Review Committee and will next go before the Planning and Zoning officials on August 20th for approval before going before the County Commissioners for the final approval.
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The Galleria, Entertainment Centre and fountain emerged from renovation late , while the Tropics on Towers are being reworked for launch in late As you meander your way through the ,sq ft of wall-to-wall retail, check out Owndays , tel: While you wait, stop by Superdry for extremely soft cotton and authentic vintage wash t-shirts with iconic hand-drawn graphics.
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