Since the yearly IAAPA Expo opened up the trade show floor yesterday, it's a good time to discuss what's being shown off this year. Yesterday had the usual "parks with upcoming coasters revealing their new coaster/ride vehicles, trains, lead cars." reveals. (InvadR at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Jet Ski Rescue coaster at SeaWorld Texas, Merlin's Mayhem at Dutch Wonderland to name a few.) Meanwhile TrioTech announced their version of the flying theater, one opening at Pier 39 in San Francisco next year in the Summer, somewhere in China in 2018 and more cities will be announced soon. They also announced their Ghostbusters 5D ride in Heide Park, and a Fear the Walking Dead walk through attraction that'll be opening Spring 2017 in Vegas's Fremont Street. Other then that, at a initial glance it seems every major manufacturer is doing a flying theater, and everyone and their mother is doing some sort of VR attraction. (Coke VR! VR 9D!) Also, while it was already mentioned in the HHN thread Sally Corp has a Five Night's at Freddy's darkride concept. An' it also looks like they have a Casper darkride as well. Finally, one of the new things Dynamic Attractions is showing off looks to be some sort of rotating theater. (I think it's called the Dynamic Motion Theater.) It's a circular theater that can have the screen slide/open to reveal large set pieces behind it. It also looks like that concept has also won them a Brass Ring award for "Best New Product". That's mainly what's been shown off so far, today there might be more announcements. Either way I see a good chunk of media who's mentioning they'll be hearing more from Dynamic Attractions today.