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There is a newcomer to the Clark County Fair this year. And it is sure to quickly become a favorite to the teenage crowd as well as intense thrill-seeking fair attendees of all ages. Fresh from the factory of world-class thrill-ride manufacturing company KMG out of Holland, Freak Out promises to provide a whole new level of adrenaline-pumping action. The ride is the very latest Pendulum-style ride. It can accommodate sixteen riders at a time in four facing gondolas. Riders are seated in small chairs with their legs dangling below them in thin air. This gives them a heightened sense of movement as they spin and swing through the air.
Big pendulum is a kind of large-scale amusement facilities. The movement principle is caused by the pendulum, the trajectory is also the pendulum form. When the arm do the pendulum swing, the disc do the turnover movement. Sitting on the pendulum, the tourists have a strong centrifugal feeling. During the equipment's operation, the visitors can experience seconds of weightlessness, like astronauts in Space.
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harvard business review november 2017
The Freak Out
By Chris Perez. July 27, pm Updated July 28, pm. Carnival and amusement park operators throughout the country have been ordered to stop using the Fire Ball ride and others like it following the deadly accident at the Ohio State Fair. The Dutch manufacturer of the pendulum-type thrill ride — which swings riders 40 feet in the air and spins them at 13 revolutions per minute — sent out notices Thursday instructing operators to suspend use until further notice, according to Reuters. The request came as safety inspectors in at least five other states ordered the suspension of similar attractions — such as the Freak Out and Extreme rides — following the death of year-old Tyler Jarrell on Wednesday. The teen was one of several young people to be flung from a Fire Ball ride at the Ohio State Fair after the section they were seated in came apart in midair.