|speech by Managing Director of LEGOLAND Parks Hans Aksel Pedersen|
LEGO NINJAGO: The Ride features Maestro hand gesture technology that enable guests to control the outcome of their adventure through the power hands without the use of a hand-held device. The attraction is set to be a 4D dark ride inspired by the popular LEGO line of NINJAGO toys and a related TV series. Riders play as Ninja warriors in training under the guidance of NINJAGO character Master Wu to vanquish a legion of enemies from snake tribes, ghost and skeletons to the Great Devourer.
Through the use of 3D imagery, high-tech sensors and the use of hand movements in a striking motion, up to four riders per car can act like ninja warriors blasting animated fireballs, lighting, shockwaves and ice as they travel through dojos to master their skills before heading the battle. It's exciting as riders can collect points for their training and battle efforts throughout the rides and scores are displayed when their quest is completed. Exciting as I am sure my sons will be interest to sit on these rides.
The 4D effect such as heat, smoke and win are incorporated throughout the adventure, giving guests the ultimate interactive experience.
|performance at the event.|
|photo credit to Google image|
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is open throughout the year. Standard operating hour for the Theme Park and Water Park is from 10am to 6pm. Longer operating hours will be apply on weekends, public and school holidays.
Getting to LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort, it is located in Iskandar Puteri (the southern tip of Johor) and is only 10 minutes from Singapore's Tuas Second Link, 15 minutes from Johor Bharu City Centre and 20 minutes from Senai International Airport.
If you like to know more information visit www.legoland.my