6 Meters Lifelike Animatronic Triceratops For Theme Park
The intention of realdinosaur is to make the dinosaur to be lifelike animatronic dinosaur.
- 1)Head: Move left to right.
- 2)Eye: Blink.
- 3)Mouth: open and closed with Synchronized roar sound.
- 5)Neck to head twisting.
- 6)Claws: Move up and down.
- 7)Body up and down.
- 8)body left and right.
- 9)Front body left and right.
- 10)Front body up and down.
- 11)tail up and down.
- 12)tail left and right.
- 13)tail swaying.
I do think the scene that you walk into one theme park or playgroud, and then you see some moving dinosaurs with sounds, you must be scared and astonished, especially when each of the dinosaurs are manufactured into lifelike animatronic dinosaur, and make you have the illusion, just let you think that it is real.
Of course the lifelike animatronic triceratops is not real, dinosaurs exists nearly 70 million years ago, all have been died out, so the dinosaurs no mather you see are not real, they are justr too real.
So how can the lifelike animatronic triceratops be so real?
Firstly, the lifelike animatronic triceratops is all handmade crafts.
For example, there are specialized workers of each phase of manufacturing in realdinosaur company, speical technicians to set the program and connect to the circuits, special welders to guarantee the steel frame to be stable and flexible enough, and modeling workers for many years.
Before painting, there will be several female workers to do the brush coating, all by hands, and to make the skins and stripes so real and realistic.
Then the sophisticated painters will do the final work-painting according to the pantone, of course the painting will be also all by hands.
All handmade is the first key to make the dinosaur so real.
On the other hand, the technicians and engineers guarantee the steel frame can make real movements, to make more movements and real movements.
|Dimensions||6 × 1.2 × 1.7 m|
12-24 Months(After the warranty, we can provide life-long repair service)
Optional(customize all kinds of color schemes)