My other guess is that they're speed detectors? They are at an angle, and I'm thinking they're before every break run to see how much speed each one needs to trim off of each vehicle?
I don't really know about this but I've heard that it's to sort of see if the wagon, train thingy (still don't know how to call this) is calibrated or something. If the train goes too fast thru these, the brakes will be activated. If it goes too slow there will be no stop.What are these things before each block brake?
Some kind of enforced "keep all arms and legs in the car" device?
Walibi had a lot of visitors! It's just the camera perspective that makes you think that no one's there.Why was the park so empty that day? This was not today, right?
Omg I am on this picture HAHAHA WHAT!? Maybe you will recognise yourself on my pictures? Pictures coming soon I am currently editting them (and it's very difficult because the weather here in Belgium sucks, so a lot of them are very dark...)The soapbox kind of car is hung up against the ceiling and with all those instruments around it, it seems like someone has been working on the car.
I talked to Marc Guffens at the persconference and he told me that what you will see as 'concept art' will actually not be that big of a 'concept' they will try to make the end result look as identical as possible! So what you will see is what you will get.When I was in the park yesterday, I was pretty stunned by what they did. Every week, every picture, there are new things to discover. It is not what we have been used to from the park. Challenge of Tutankhamon was something different, as it was built under Six Flags, but Pulsar was and is actually the bar they are setting. Pulsar was the first step in the direction they are going and I have been told that Exotic World and Tiki-Waka are in fact the bar they are setting.
I was also pretty surprised by how close they have stayed to the concept arts by Julien Bertevas. If they are going to do the same thing with the Bollywood project for next year, I will be even more impressed than I am now!