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Enter To Design Your Own Flying Theater Attraction and Win $10,000!

Have you ever been on a flying theater attraction like Soarin’, FlyOver Canada or Wings Over Washington and thought you could design a film like that? Now is your chance! Plus you can win $10,000 cash and a trip to Canada! Applications will soon be taken for a contest sponsored by Siggraph which is taking

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FlyOver Canada Bring Soaring Attractions To A New Level

When Soarin’ Over California opened at Disney’s California Adventure in the Fall of 2001, it was a game changer in the industry. For the first time, guests could enjoy a thrill ride that was gentle and had a very low height requirement. During the first few years, Soarin’ stood out as the breakout attraction in

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