Polin Waterparks, innovators in waterslide technology integration, has launched next level image recognition technology for waterparks, known as the AIPIX.

AIPIX makes it easier than ever before for visitors to waterparks and amusement sites with water attractions to capture their fun memories.

Dubbed as next-level image recognition technology, AIPIX is a highly innovative face recognition system. Featuring specially developed artificial intelligence architecture, AIPIX is able to detect an individual even if the face is partially covered, their eyes are closed, or the guest is screaming.

By placing AIPIX cameras in strategic places around a waterpark, sites can capture these special memories in real-time. The action can be captured in live videos as well as stills from the best angles for optimum memory capturing.

Visitors can share their experiences instantly on social media with the AIPIX system. With instant uploads to the visitors’ phones, guests don’t have to waste time queuing for experience snaps and therefore get to spend more time in the waterpark.

The AIPIX system provides park operators with data insights and analytics based on age, gender, location, times, and relations.

AIPIX is compatible with all smartphones and can be used hands-free.



Polin Waterparks, a world leader in developing innovative technology for waterparks, has announced the launch of the Time Rider waterslide.

The Time Rider features the largest bowl in the world, with capacity of four possible paths for riders, providing visitors with different experiences of the ride to encourage repeats goes on the attraction.

The Time Ride also features the ‘wormhole’, where guests walk down an observational walkway with special lighting effects, where they can watch the attraction in action as they wait their turn to go on the ride. Riders are kept cool by a spray system, which also heightens the atmosphere of the attraction.

The Time Rider is themed and is compatible with the company’s innovative transparent waterslide system known as Glassy technology. Riders can also experience the thrill of the ride’s unique VR applications.

The Time Rider features maximum acceleration and zero gravity with guests experiencing speeds of up to 9 metres per second and a side drop of 40 degrees during the 175-metre long slide.

The Time Rider was unveiled at IAAPA Expo 2019 in Orlando, where it picked up an IAAPA Brass Ring Award in the Best New Product Concept: Major Ride/Attraction category.