My kids are still very young, but they love the idea of going on magical adventures with me and my family.
They’re all so excited about this new technology called the “mythic entertainment centers,” and the fact that we’re able to bring them together in a virtual reality to experience a magical experience like that.
But how do we make these experiences work for all ages?
How do we use this technology to bring people together in the right way?
This week on Mythical Adventure, I share the latest news and trends from the world of virtual reality, including the latest in augmented reality technology, and how Mythical Adventures are being developed for the Holidays, as well as other special events.
If you’re looking for some great advice to help you build a virtual adventure, we invite you to read this week’s guest, Matt DeWitt, the creator of The Quest, the first-ever game of Dungeons and Dragons.
Mythical adventures are all about the magic of the imagination, so this week we’re going to focus on what you need to know about how you can build a magical adventure.
This week, we’ll talk about: How Mythical Entertainment Centers are being designed for each age and theme