Brogent Technologies Inc. held its “Fly Worldwide with i-Ride” press conference with the Australian Office and the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei at Taipei Breeze Nanshan Plaza today. The attendees, including Mr. Gary Cowan, Director of the Australian Office, Mr. Rupert Cao, Deputy Director of the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei, Mr. Raymond Greene, Deputy Director of the American Institute in Taiwan, Mr. Chin-Hsiang Yao, Director of the Department of North American Affairs, Ms. Ying-Jun Su, Deputy Director of the Department of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Mr. Dong-Yang Ji, Deputy Director of the Cultural Exchange Department of the Ministry of Culture, and Mr. Akio Hata, General Manager of Breeze Group were there to join the premiere of “Discover Australia” and “FlyOver Canada”.
Last year, Brogent partnered with the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and introduced “Discover America” to Taiwan, which was widely praised by the public. This year, Brogent once again cooperated with international offices to allow riders to experience other countries virtually while still in Taiwan. It is expected to be particularly well-received this summer with worldwide travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. People in Taiwan will be able to enjoy the beauty of Australia and Canada without going abroad this summer.
“FlyOver Canada” was Brogent’s very first flying theater oversea. Since its opening in 2013, it has accumulated more than 3.5 million visitors and is still the number one must-see tourist attraction recommended by TripAdvisor. This flying theater has also turned into a venue for cultural exchanges as during the Lunar New Year this year, the Canadian location screened “Flying Over Taiwan”. Tourists had the chance to enjoy the beauty of Taiwan while visiting Vancouver. As for the film “Discover Australia”, its original location was in Dreamworld’s Sky Voyager in Queensland Australia. It is Brogent’s first flying theater in the Southern Hemisphere. After over one-year filming, visitors can enjoy famous sights such as the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland and the Great Ocean Road in Victoria by flying on the ride.
With the expansion of overseas flying theaters, Brogent has rolled out many exclusive flying theater films. And in the future, there will be even more films allowing riders to virtually travel wherever they want in a matter of minutes, such as to the famous Godafoss waterfall in Iceland or downtown New York. Brogent has the most advanced simulation technology, and will continue to bring the beauty of the world into Taiwan, allowing tourists to travel the world through i-Ride.