Gerstlauer's latest amusement ride is an interactive one - allowing riders to roll and twist high above the ground in their own independently controlled car. The attraction is named Sky Fly, and it's a more stationary version of the Sky Roller ride the company has already created.
The Sky Fly allows twelve riders per cycle to control the movements of their car - including full inversions - as the arm is lifted to 72 feet in the air. Two of the rides will open next year at European parks, Legoland Germany and France's Nigloland.
This is the model of the Sky Fly that will be debuting at both parks. The Nigloland version seemed to be themed to airplanes, while the specific theming at Legoland has only been hinted at in some concept art the park released:
The Ninjago theme, combined with Legoland's usually thorough theming on even the simplest attractions should make for a nice ride. While the rides are quite low on hourly capacity, they make a thrilling and unique attraction for smaller parks.
And we may not have to wait too long to try one out in North America. If rumors are true, then Nickelodeon Universe at the Mall of America just may be building one right now.