Intershau Augsburg is a large fairground trade show that takes place over in Germany. The 9000 square meter event, which ran from the 22nd – 24th January 2016, played host to over 80 exhibitors offering services from various sides of the industry.
One of the most interesting items on display was this new take on a Huss Breakdance car, featuring hundreds of pixel-mapped RGB LEDs.
Full details of this concept have not yet surfaced online, however we believe that it was exhibited by German steelwork company “Stahl- und Anlagenbau“, or SAD for short. The company are currently focussing on modifying existing travelling fairground rides to ensure that they meet the new German DIN 13814 standards that must be complied with by 2017.
DIN 13814? These new regulations affect many of the older HUSS machines travelling in Germany, and require the rides to be modified to add aditional strength to certain components. It is believed that these new regulations are influenced by the increase in average rider weight since the rides were originally designed.
The LEDs on this are stunning, with endless possibilities to produce different chasing effects. Take a look for yourself in the video below!
Image/video source: Der Kirmesfan on YouTube