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Local Name:
Budget:
500M
Announced:
12 Aug 2014
Construction Start:
2018
Opening:
2020
Location:
New York, USA
Area:
62 ha
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    Ride building for Lego Factory Adventure continues to go vertical



    Dragon coaster construction progress



    Source: https://www.facebook.com/LEGOLANDNewYork/posts/945947145798470

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    When it opens on July 4, 2020, LEGOLAND® New York Resort will introduce the LEGO® Factory Adventure Ride featuring the world's first use of on-ride tracking technology. By identifying the attributes of guests and mapping their position in the virtual space, the ride transforms riders into LEGO® Minifigures right before their own eyes! The family theme park revealed the news at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) annual Expo in Orlando in tandem with the ride technology designer, Holovis.


    In the narrative-led experience, LEGOLAND New York guests will join Professor Brick on a thrilling and unpredictable adventure through the incredible LEGO Factory, meeting many whimsical characters along the way. Halfway through the ride experience, the ride vehicles, created by ETF, will spin guests until they end up face-to-face with a screen. First, guests will see their ride vehicle transformed into LEGO elements and then, a magical moment occurs as they see themselves appear as LEGO Minifigures! The on-screen recreation is customized based on guest's attributes to present a unique experience…with the potential of surprises as well. Motion tracking even allows the Minifigure to move as the guest does. Holovis' proprietary HoloTrac platform leverages advanced computer vision and tracking technologies underpinned by deep neural-network-based facial detection and recognition algorithms – all in less than 0.5 seconds!

    "At Holovis, we pride ourselves on the ability to own the entire technical experience, so the delivery of the LEGO Factory Adventure is the perfect project for our turnkey, in-house capability. Working alongside Merlin Entertainments, we have created the ultimate in on-ride guest personalization and the ETF trackless motion vehicle integrates perfectly with the non-linear ride experience" said Holovis Creative Director Peter Cliff. "The LEGO Minifigure transformation is the textbook use for our HoloTrac technology, and since it's completely invisible to the guest, the experience feels like real magic when the moment occurs."

    "The vehicle we created for the LEGO Factory Adventure is meant to make guests feel as if they are a part of the automatic robot machinery that you would see in a LEGO factory," said CEO of ETF Ride Systems Ruud Koppens. "We've never done this kind of ride before that is based on reality versus fantasy and we are very excited to work with Holovis and Merlin Entertainments to make this happen!"
    Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/legoland-new-york-resort-holovis-and-etf-ride-systems-reveal-the-worlds-first-ride-experience-featuring-technology-that-turns-guests-into-lego-minifigures-300958893.html

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    Town of Goshen Building Inspector Neal Halloran has shut down the Legoland construction site, as park builders continue struggling to stop polluting local waterways.

    Halloran unilaterally halted all construction on Tuesday at the Town of Goshen site near Route 17′s Exit 125, following heavy rain that led to puddling and runoff issues.

    Goshen has previously temporarily halted construction on parts of the site, and Legoland has voluntarily stopped construction at times during heavy rain.

    But now the site will remain closed until Legoland resolves the drainage issues, Halloran said on Wednesday. Runoff from the site has led to at least 28 state Department of Environmental Conservation citations for polluting local waterways with construction mud since May 2018, plus multiple Town of Goshen citations.

    Halloran said Monday is the soonest construction could resume, provided there’s no more heavy rainfall and he sees an adequate remediation plan from the $500 million amusement park’s construction team.
    More details: https://www.recordonline.com/news/20190619/goshen-shuts-down-legoland-construction-site

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