Virtual reality amusement park in China will include a virtual zoo
Developed by the Landmark Entertainment Group, the company behind immersive entertainment experiences such as Universal’s “Jurassic Park: The Ride,” and “The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman 5D,” the L.I.V.E. Centre (Landmark Interactive Virtual Experience) will offer roughly 30% of its entertainment for visitors as virtual reality content.
The experiences will include a virtual zoo, a virtual aquarium and complimentary components such as an interactive museum and a digital art gallery.
Aside from the land and the building, the project will cost around $200 million to complete and has the support of a group of private investors supported by the Chinese government.