I'm told there might be a Disney parks ... something ... during WWDC's headset talk today. I could be wrong.
I know the “metaverse” has been abandoned, but there was this late last year
Disney has revealed plans to turn Disney+ into an “experiential lifestyle platform” that would let users experience the company’s theme parks “from a virtual standpoint”.
Bob Chapek, Disney CEO, discussed the move in an interview with Deadline at this year’s D23 Expo. “We call it next-gen storytelling,” he said.
“We tend not to use the M word [metaverse] too often, because it has a lot of hair on it,” he added. He said the Disney+ streaming service “will not just be a movie service platform”.
It will serve as a platform “for the whole company to embody both the physical things that you might be able to experience in a theme park, but also the digital experiences that you can get through media”.
The Meta Quest 3 is going to have a $499 price point.Apple VR headset?
This should be affordable.
However I can finally show off how rich I am virtually !!!
Weird how they just randomly stated that the new Mac Pro could render a scene from Moana.
Please no. I don't think I could stand an Apple Certified magical breathtaking magic kingdom, now for the low price of $5000 per day.So Apple buying Disney confirmed?
Get a refurbished Meta Quest 2 for $250 and watch VR180 ride throughs. It’ll blow your mind.Please no. I don't think I could stand an Apple Certified magical breathtaking magic kingdom, now for the low price of $5000 per day.
They did just announce 'Airplay in Hotels' so dare say that could be playing a part in their partnership.
We got our youngest a Meta Quest 2 for Christmas and did that. I found some of the indoor rides can be a bit dark, but some of the walk through the parks I tried were absolutely insane.Get a refurbished Meta Quest 2 for $250 and watch VR180 ride throughs. It’ll blow your mind.
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