Think of it as the 1.0 version of the Holodecks in Star Trek, no photonic energy being used yet
Pretty much, the plan is to get these 4D theme parks built in major cities throughout the Americas, which means that while my hometown is probably a bit too small to have one of these, we shouldn’t have to drive more than a day to get to one.
The technology is basically a compilation of the absolute latest in realtime CGI and virtual reality, with a rough sketch of the game world built physically. Then, through the lens of virtual reality, vastly enhanced into the impression that you’re no longer just playing a game, but rather being part of one.
One of the big things here is that you can actually feel the world as well, not like what you have with the Oculus Rift where you are only seeing and hearing, they even have physical props enhanced digitally to aid with this.
So when it comes to theme-park style entertainment, is this the future of such attractions or what?