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Hush has between 40-50 actors on staff on any given night. One thing that really stood out was the consistency of the performances from the entirety of the cast. We found all the characters to be quite believable, with a high percentage of them really nailing their roles with enthusiasm and flair. We had some wonderful interactive moments with several characters who used creative dialogue and used interesting sounding accents to their voices. The cast was also responsible for the majority of the scares which we will discuss later in Fright Effect, but for now, we will just say that the actors earned high marks for their scaring ability. Hush had a wonderful cast this season and they were, in fact, our favorite element of the attraction.
The boardwalk in Wildwoods, N.J. stretches for 38 blocks and is packed with shops, restaurants, bars, water parks and an amusement pier with some 100 rides and attractions.Photo courtesy of Greater Wildwoods Tourism Authority
One of the state's quirkier attractions, Lucy the Elephant was built in 1881 by a local real estate developer hoping to attract potential buyers to his land. Standing six stories tall and weighing 90 tons, Lucy is a National Historic Landmark, the world's largest elephant and one of America's oldest roadside attractionsPhoto courtesy of Adam Moss / Flickr
ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: SEAS), a leading theme park and entertainment company with 12 destination and regional theme parks, today announced its extensive line-up of new attractions, shows and events for 2017. The announcement includes major new ride additions at three of its theme parks; a virtual reality experience in Orlando, a new orca presentation in San Diego, and new shows and events at many other park locations. All totaled, the company will invest approximately $175 million in capital spending, one of the largest new attraction years in its more than 50 year history.
"We are extremely excited with the scope and depth of the new attractions and events coming to our SeaWorld and Busch Gardens parks in 2017," said Joel Manby, President and Chief Executive Officer of SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. "In developing new experiences we want guests to have fun, but also be inspired, and our parks are uniquely suited to create meaningful and fun vacations." He added, "We want our guests to share experiences that matter, and our 2017 additions truly reinforce that mission."
In the signature attraction for the realm, called Submarine Quest, guests will be adventurers on a global expedition of scientific exploration, travelling aboard submarines to see Ocean Explorer's remarkable undersea animals. Embarking on these mini submarines, visitors will become researchers on a mission to collect data and learn how they can help protect animals. This three-minute experience will include an onboard digital navigation dashboard, as well as a few other surprises along the journey, enhancing the riders' understanding of our fragile ocean ecosystem.
The attraction's theme will invite riders to choose their ride, in a battle between a band of invading Vikings and the villagers. In an unusual industry move, fans will help decide the ride elements including opportunities to vote on attraction details and theming.
SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. owns or licenses a portfolio of recognized brands including SeaWorld, Busch Gardens® and Sea Rescue®. Over its more than 50-year history, the company has built a diversified portfolio of 12 destination and regional theme parks that are grouped in key markets across the United States, many of which showcase its one-of-a-kind zoological collection of over 800 species of animals. The company's theme parks feature a diverse array of rides, shows and other attractions with broad demographic appeal which deliver memorable experiences and a strong value proposition for its guests.
According to a team of scientists led by Dr. Helen Fisher at Rutgers, romantic love can be broken down into three categories: lust, attraction, and attachment. Each category is characterized by its own set of hormones stemming from the brain (Table 1).
Last but not least, attachment is the predominant factor in long-term relationships. While lust and attraction are pretty much exclusive to romantic entanglements, attachment mediates friendships, parent-infant bonding, social cordiality, and many other intimacies as well. The two primary hormones here appear to be oxytocin and vasopressin (Figure 1).
I loved the article but I would love if an explanation was given on how the brain is involved to regulate the three parts of love , attraction, lust, and attachment, I mean what is the controlling chemical for the free will?
Love can be described as a strong and passionate feeling of attraction and attraction towards another person or things. This emotion can also be described as an intense desire to be close to someone or something in particular.
Cognitive modelling and control of human error processes in human-computer interaction with safety critical IT systems in telehealth. (2017) Thesis ALWAWI, I. 2017. Cognitive modelling and control of human error processes in human-computer interaction with safety critical IT systems in telehealth. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.
The effect of person order on egress time: a simulation model of evacuation from a neolithic visitor attraction. (2017) Journal Article STEWART, A., ELYAN, E., ISAACS, J., MCEWEN, L. and WILSON, L. 2017. The effect of person order on egress time: a simulation model of evacuation from a neolithic visitor attraction. Human factors [online], 59(8), pages 1222-1232. Available from:
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Heuristics-based detection to improve text/graphics segmentation in complex engineering drawings. (2017) Conference Proceeding MORENO-GARCÍA, C.F., ELYAN, E. and JAYNE, C. 2017. Heuristics-based detection to improve text/graphics segmentation in complex engineering drawings. In Boracchi, G., Iliadis, L., Jayne, C. and Likas, A. (eds.) Engineering applications of neural networks: proceedings of the 18th International engineering applications of neural networks (EANN 2017), 25-27 August 2017, Athens, Greece. Communications in computer and information science, 744. Cham: Springer [online], pages 87-98. Available from: -3-319-65172-9_8 781b155fdc