Triotech

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Triotech
Private
IndustryMotion simulators
FoundedJoliette, Canada (1999)
FounderErnest Yale
Headquarters
Canada, China
Number of locations
3
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)
WebsiteTriotech
Footnotes / references
[1][2]

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]

Background[edit]

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.

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References[edit]

  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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