POLL: Defunctland VR

The results of an important poll for the future of Defunctland.

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21 comments

Update: This poll has been closed, and the results have been determined.

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21 comments on “POLL: Defunctland VR”

  1. I know this may not be that important but I wanted to say thanks for the project of Defunctland I will try to donate money and I hope it will be a success I’m personally excited for the Jaws and BTTF ones.

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  2. There is also the possibility that you could base the experience in a game engine, render out a path for YouTube and use the base game/file for people with personal VR systems.

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  3. The idea for for defunctland is such an amazing idea can’t wait to see what other rides you add to the park and keep up the good work

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      1. I would also love to contribute to Defunctland VR. I don’t have much experience, but I would be willing to learn to be apart of this project!

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      2. ’m a former helmsman on the “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Submarine Voyage” attraction at Walt Disney World as well as a former Imagineer. I’m skilled in CG modelling, CGI animation, VFX and multimedia production. Would it be possible to participate in the creation of the 20K VR attraction? If you’re interested, please contact me at my email address.

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  4. Do entrance area : sunshine plaza but don’t put the monorail and instead of the California sing put a defunctland sing also I think that the back to the future the ride land should be named technology land : this land is where all future themed rides are: timekeeper horizons world of motion peoplemover ( Disneyland) and more

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  5. One thing I would love to see added as part of this concept is, when the Mouse decides to either renovate, or put on a new promotion (for example, The Nightmare Before Christmas limited time Haunted Mansion take over), those things are then lost to us forever… well, usually, barring the videos people take and promotional material. So my point is, while some of these rides still exist today, seeing them in their original, now lost, forms, or limited run things as mentioned, would be very neat.

    Another thing, known to fans or the Mouse, is Club 33. I’d love to get a chance to go inside it, even if it is only in VR – and it could include the original animatronic talking parrot that used to be there… I think it’s gone now, but not 100%. Disney’s secret apartment would be neat as well.

    Cool concept and I’d love to see it see the light of day some day.

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  6. What you should do is not make it VR only like if you used a game engine like Source engine which can have a system of turning VR mode off and on this way people can explore the park, the ride cues, pick what seat they want to ride on in the ride and people without VR can enjoy exploring in an FPS view and people with VR equipment can enjoy VR modes and on top of that the Souce is easy to mess with, in fact, someone did completely recreate Disneyland in Left 4 Dead 2 a source engine game and Souce engine has a huge dev and mod community so finding people to work with will be easy

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  7. I’m a former helmsman on the “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Submarine Voyage” attraction at Walt Disney World as well as a former Imagineer. I’m skilled in CG modelling and multimedia production. Would it be possible to participate in the creation of the 20K VR attraction? If you’re interested, please contact me at my email address.

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  8. Can you at the end of your Video let everyone know what vr ride your working on, also I’m a huge fan of the idea of a vr amument park and shared the video with anyone I knew, so excited if you do this

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