Posted on Feb 7, 2012 in Inspiration

A media company specialising in AR technologies has developed a “4D theme park” that is being dubbed as the most advanced, high-tech theme park ever created. RFID wristbands,Kinect sensors, massive touch screens, 3D video, holographic displays and augmented reality with live performances and DJs.

Nearly 1,000m² and 65 attractions including a virtual hologram performance and a 360° stereoscopic cinema.

Lunar Face pavilion provides atmospheric, immersive areas which respond to movement and sound. It is an example of how Live Park also aims to combine art with attraction. Developers have placed art installations alongside interactive exhibits, sometimes blurring the lines between the two.

Located at the Korea International Exhibition Centre (Kintex).

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