Woodstock Express Roller Coaster

Our daVideo video camera glasses are perfect for recording video on the Woodstock Express Roller Coaster at Kings Island Amusement Park. Snap photos and record HD 1080p video in 60fps with all your friends and family.  Our most advanced video recording glasses just released are the daVideo Rikor.  The daVideo Rikor record video in 60fps and are compatible with 128GB storage!

Woodstock Express roller coaster is a wooden roller coaster located at Kings Island designed by John C. Allen. It is located in the children’s rides area of the park known as Planet Snoopy. The coaster has undergone four different name changes as the children’s area in which it resides has been renamed and rethemed multiple times since the park opened. It has also been painted a number of different color schemes since its debut.

History

Woodstock Express roller coaster was designed by John C. Allen of the Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters (PTC). It is based on the first three roller coasters he designed shortly after becoming the company’s president in 1954. These coasters opened in 1956 at Hunt’s Pier, Angela Park and the Gooding Zoo (now the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium). Allen modified the original design, making Woodstock Express a little taller and longer. He eliminated the curved loading station as well, opting instead for an in-line station that precedes the curve to the lift hill. This modified design was then used to build two nearly identical models at Kings Dominion and Carowinds. A third copy at Canada’s Wonderland was also based on this design but is taller and slightly longer, and it was designed by Curtis D. Summers.

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Woodstock Express

Woodstock Express roller coaster was originally named Scooby Doo and opened with the park in 1972 as part of “The Happy Land of Hanna-Barbera”. Paying homage to The Beast after its successful launch in 1979, Scooby Doo was renamed The Beastie, and a tunnel was added to the bottom of its first drop in time for the 1980 season. In 2006, a decision was made during the Nickelodeon Universe overhaul to remove the tunnel and rename it to Fairly Odd Coaster (based on the Nickelodeon TV show The Fairly OddParents).

Although Cedar Fair Entertainment Co. had the rights to continue using the themes through 2016 following its purchase of the park in 2006, it was decided to remove all remaining Hanna-Barbera and Nickelodeon themes from the kids area in time for the start of the 2010 season. As a result, the ride went through another name change to Woodstock Express roller coaster in line with the new Planet Snoopy makeover.

Woodstock Express roller coaster was awarded ACE Coaster Classic status, but that status has since been rescinded as a result of recent changes to the coaster.

Layout

The layout of the ride is the basic figure 8 roller coaster. It is identical to the junior wooden coasters found at Kings Island sister parks – Kings Dominion’s Woodstock Express roller coaster, Canada Wonderland’s Ghoster Coaster, and Carowinds’ Woodstock Express – along with Zach’s Zoomer at Michigan’s Adventure. It also shares many similarities with the Sea Dragon (roller coaster) at Jungle Jack’s Landing in Columbus. An on-ride photo camera is located at the bottom of the second drop.

Kings Island Amusement Park

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Record Video on Woodstock Express Roller Coaster

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The daVideo Rikor 1080p camera sunglasses record at 1080 @ 30fps or 720 @ 60fps which is perfect for recording video on Woodstock Express roller coaster.  The 110° wide angle Sony low light sensor lens captures high speed action in your videos. The dual channel AAC2 true stereo microphones capture crisp clear audio, with noise reduction. Built-in WIFI allows you to connect your daVideo Rikor glasses to our free iOS/Android mobile app and change settings or share your videos with friends.

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daVideo Rikor Features

HD 1080P / 720P

daVideo Rikor HD video camera sunglasses record 1080P @ 30fps or 720 @ 60fps. Capture perfect (POV) point of view video on Woodstock Express roller coaster.

TILTABLE LENS

Tilt the camera lens 12° upword or 10° downward to capture the perfect shot.

WIFI / APP

The daVideo Rikor 1080p camera sunglasses can output a wifi signal. Wirelessly connect it to any iOS/Android device using our free mobile app.

IMPACT RESISTANT

Thick 2.2mm lenses for your video camera glasses. Reinforced frame & impact resistant.

PHOTOS

Our advanced video camera glasses have a built in high quality 12MP camera

Take still photos with one easy click. Take one picture at a time or take a burst shot of 3 or even 5 photos at a time!

VIDEO

Compressing format: H.264
Resolution: 1920 x 1080p @ 30fps and 1280 x 720P @ 60fps
Ratio Image: 16:9

VIBRATION NOTIFICATIONS

Video camera sunglasses notify you with vibrating notifications and LED lights. Perfect for hands free operation while enjoying your favorite activity.

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