In South Korea, Kinect and RFID power an augmented reality theme park
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We've already seen RFID used in several theme parks as a way for guests to post photos and share their experiences online. Now bringing the technology to the forefront of the theme park experience, South Korea's Live Park taps both RFID and Kinect to create what it calls the world's first 4D avatar theme park. Opened in December by new media entertainment company d'strict at the KINTEX exhibition center in Ilsan, Gyeonggi-do, Live Park gives visitors the opportunity to experience and interact with a virtual world. Using what it calls a “mixed reality architecture,” the park allows the visitor to…
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