Disney won’t push VR at its theme parks, Robert Iger says
According to orlando sentinel website, In the Star Wars land, rock spires tower in the landscape and a visit to the bar means you might run into characters from the films.
“We’re not trying to fake immersion," said Disney CEO Robert Iger at a New York summit Tuesday. “We’re trying to make it as real as possible with as much scale as possible.”
But don’t expect Disney parks to push virtual reality in the parks anytime soon.
Virtual reality doesn’t impress as much as recreating a place and making people feel like they are actually “in something,” Iger said.
“There’s a wow factor there that that is much greater than what you could ever achieve with VR,” Iger said, mentioning other expansions such as Cars Land in California and Pandora – The World of Avatar at Orlando’s Animal Kingdom.
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