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IndustryMotion simulators
FoundedJoliette, Canada (1999)
FounderErnest Yale
Canada, China
Number of locations
Key people
Ernest Yale, Sylvain Larose, Gabi Salabi, Christian Martin, David Swafford
ProductsXD Dark Rides, Interactive Dark Rides, XD Theaters, Typhoon, Interactive Cinema
Number of employees
106 (2014)
Footnotes / references

Triotech is a manufacturer in out-of-home multi-sensory interactive attractions. Since 2006, TRIOTECH has operated its own studio to develop custom content for its attractions. TRIOTECH is a privately held company based in Canada with offices in the USA, Europe, and China.[2] with research and development facilities as well as a movie studio in Montreal, Quebec.[3]

They are known for their motion simulators such as XD Theatres and Jett Rider.[4]


Triotech designs, develops, and markets immersive and interactive out-of-home cinemas and platforms, as well as small 3-dimensional movie theaters. They distribute their products under XD Theater, XD DarK Ride, Interactive Dark Ride, Flying Theaters, immersive Walkthroughs, and Typhoon.

In 2006, Triotech opened a Montreal-based 3D animation studio to create custom content, to work in conjunction with the parent company's line of theme park motion rides.[3]

XD Theater is a 3D film attraction. When first released, XD Theater included the 3D ride films Cosmic Coaster, Haunted Mine and Arctic Run.[citation needed] There are now over 20 3D films in Triotech's XD Theater library. The ultimate immersive ride with real time 3D stereoscopic graphics combined with visual FX for a multi sensory experience, a motion simulated thrill ride that transcends time, space and imagination.



  1. ^ "Major gift to the College from Triotech Translated from French: Don majeur de TrioTech au Cégep (original)". L'Action Joliette News. Retrieved December 29, 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Triotech Location". Google Maps. Retrieved December 29, 2011.
  3. ^ a b Cifaldi, Frank (April 17, 2006). "Triotech Adds Montreal Studio With Ex-Ubisoft Talent". Gamasutra. Retrieved December 29, 2011.
  4. ^ "Company overview: Triotech Inc". Bloomberg Businessweek. Retrieved December 29, 2011.
  5. ^ "Triotech partners with Zamperla". Park World Magazine: 20. April 2013.

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