Disney CEO: use AR to please visitors, don't have any ideas about VR
: Disney is one of the biggest brands in the entertainment industry. It has always been popular. From classic animation to relatively new Marvel comics and Star Wars brands, Disney has been providing interesting visual experiences for young and old fans. Many of the company's theme parks are no different, bringing fantasy figures out of the screen, bringing visitors and bringing life to visitors. People will think that the immersive VR experience will make things like Disney's at home. However, Disney CEO BobIger (Igor) in the report that AR is more suitable for the service experience of Disney park.
According to a report from the LATimes (Losangeles times), when it comes to incredible work done at Disney Park, Igor thinks the VR helmet will be a poor alternative. He even told his team not to think about VR.
Igor said, "“ what we have created is a real experience.". When you walk into the town of the car, you'll feel like you're in the radiator fountain. Because we build these not only for the attention of detail, but for the overall scale of attention. ”
there is no official AR content, but Disney &ldquo times; ” the reporter pointed out that Tuesday afternoon, Igor took the helmet in an engineering lab them, allowing him to take a lightsaber fight with another stormtrooper. With this, you can free your imagination.
The oldest theme park in the United States launches VR games
although Disney Park CEO does not love VR, many theme parks are using VR to enhance their experience. The oldest theme park in the United States is Knott’ sBerry Farm installed the VR GhostTown (VR ghost town). It is said that the Knott&rsquo Berry farm in California,, is the oldest theme park in the United states. The theme park opened a ghost town in 1840s as a basis for its entertainment services. If you are not familiar with it, you must have heard of his neighbor, Disney Park, which is very close to each other.
in April 1st, Knott will pay tribute to the ghost town and update its entertainment experience in twenty-first Century. VR Showdown is a multiplayer VR experience game in ghost town, and it costs you an extra $6. The game is a quick three minute combat experience, either yourself or with your teammate in the middle of an old West Town trying to stop the invasion of the robot.
Its VR helmet is completely wireless, and you don't have to wear a backpack, only a light VR helmet and a toy gun. Knott has eight separate rooms, each room can accommodate up to two players, so the whole site can support up to 16 people play simultaneously. In a cooperative experience, two rooms can be connected via the VR, so up to four players can fight together with the same robot invaders.
this game occurs more or less in three stages, including robot shooting, an exploding train, throwing debris on you and the final boss battle. When you are attacked, you lose points, and at the end of the journey, you will see how you fight against other players.