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d’strict announces “Live Park”, the world’s first user generated 4D theme park


d‘strict, a 4D creative company, has unveiled their latest "Live Park", which claims to be the world's first user generated 4D theme park, at the Asian Attraction Expo. The expo is held at the World Resort Convention Centre in Sentosa, Singapore from 22 to 24 June.

d‘strict, a New York and Seoul-based 4D creative company, has announced ‘Live Park’ at the Asian Attraction Expo 2011, the largest theme park exhibition in Asia. The expo will be held this year in the World Resort Convention Center in Sentosa, Singapore on 22 to 24 June. d’strict will show a preview of ‘Live Park,’ which claims to be the very first 4D theme park that will be launched later this year.
‘Live Park’ is d‘strict’s undertaking of a 4D attraction platform consisting of right attraction zones, 13 adventures, three mixed reality performances and three mobile and web integration service platforms in the state of the art 3-acre facility.
‘Live Park’ is a new kind of entertainment platform using the world‘s leading convergent technologies and crossover based on story-telling integration. Various genres such as spatial interactive games, mixed reality, and hologram performances are applied to it. Also there is the world’s largest 360-degree panoramic 3-dimension screen and 150m x 9 m supersized screen where users are able to engage with their mobile device. What's different about ‘Live Park,’ compared to other 4D rides, is people will be the one creating the adventure. ‘Live Park’ makes visitors drive the story forward similarly to an MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role playing game), but it will satisfy a virtual and tangible real world experience.
Mana Sound, a part of the solutions of ‘Live Park,’ will be displayed for the first time during the expo. This program adds elements to ‘Live Park’ in which beautiful sound is created by simple body movement, and is expressed as augmented reality via the display screen simultaneously. Also at the booth, people will be able to experience the Universal Frame, a multi-touch based ‘Live Park’ platform.

‘Live Park’ will open to the global media and investment partners at a testing facility for Live Park in August 2011, prior to the launch in November 2011.

Source: Korea Newswire

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