This week take a look Epcot’s newest thrill attraction and the most popular Innoventions exhibit: Sum of All Thrills, sponsored by Raytheon.
Located in Innoventions East, this ride lets guests create their own thrill ride while teaching them about the mathematics and physics involved. Once designed, the guests can then experience their attraction in a motion simulator, much like Cyberspace Mountain at DisneyQuest. Instead of a flight simulator, however, your carriage is at the end of KUKA Robotics arm, just like the ride vehicles used on the track at the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey attraction in Universal Studios’ Islands of Adventure.
Thanks to Brent Dodge of FromScreenToTheme.com and Chris Lowry (NDU #8) for their assistance in making this video!