This was one of my first audio synchronized videos. It was also the 2nd version of the jaws ride of which I had built, thus starting a wave of replicas I never realized would become so successful and long lasting.
For anyone that’s interested, here’s the video of the V1 version. In this version everything runs on large rotating wheels, thus why the timing of some events is awkward.
Released in 2015, this was the first vehicle based replica I’ve ever done. I got the idea to do this after going on a simulation that used clips of the train ride from the movie at seaworld. This is the most popular video I’ve ever released, even though I think some of my other work is better.
The video listed is from 2012, you can actually see some of the diffrences between that version and the current one in the photo.
I first created this is 2012 and have been tweaking it over the years. The most recent and significant improvement (as of 2017) is the new anti-ball loss system, where if a ball falls on the floor it gets respawned at the beginning.