All those long, long drives to Florida in the family station wagon seemed worth it at the time, but now that we've found out that those lucky South Koreans have another crazy theme-park, we might just change our mindsuses 3D video, holograms and augmented reality, interacting with RFID wrist bands and Kinect sensors to stitch together a continuous immersive story. ) have 65 attractions, over seven themed zones, and the world's biggest interactive 360 degree stereoscopic theater to wave, jump and shout your way through.Two years and million in the making, Live Park's creator d'strict is now looking to license the concept out internationally, with locations in China and Singapore already earmarked.mrspoonsi (2955715) writes "Microsoft has been working on ways to make any regular 2D camera capture depth, meaning it could do some of the same things a Kinect does.As you can see in the video below the team managed to pull this off and we might see this tech all around in the near future.
You’d wield a lightsaber by swinging your arms, while tossing Stormtroopers around with a flick of the hand.
d'strict CEO Choi Eun-seok says, "'Live Park' is d'strict's grand challenge for the world's entertainment market." Share This Share This Email Contact Email PDF Version PDF Printer Friendly Version Print 'Live360' Quote start"Last year James Cameron announced plans for an 'Avatar' themed land at Disney's Animal Kingdom ...
d'strict have created an interactive 4D avatar theme park that's here today!
"Quote end (PRWEB) January 25, 2012 The future of theme parks is here today: 4D avatar technology previously only imagined in movies becomes reality, as new media entertainment company d'strict present the 'Live Park 4D World Tour' at the KINTEX in Ilsan, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.
d'strict CEO Choi Eun-seok says, "'Live Park' is d'strict's grand challenge for the world's entertainment market." 4D Avatar Theme Park a Reality Now The age of the passive theme park attraction has gone.