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April 17, 2015 AT 1:00 am

Make an iBeacon Entry System to Bypass Amusement Park Lines with Raspberry Pi and Azure #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

From Instructables user flyinactor91 via raspberry pi pod:

In late March I went to a hackathon at Universal Studios. We created a system where guests could bypass the queue line by completing a series of tasks that would lead them around the land the ride is in where the average completion time was 66% of the current ride wait time. This system pulls people from the queue line while providing the incentive of a more rich experience, less down time, and potentially less wait time. Of course that sounds all fancy, but without actually demonstrating the technology behind such a system, it’s still just an idea.

Or is it?

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