VR movie production company Red Raion has created a custom VR film to revamp the immersive tunnel attraction at Cinecittà World in Rome, Italy.
Set to open this weekend, 19 May 2018, Jurassic War was designed to transform the park's existing immersive tunnel ride, and pays tribute to classic sci-fi movies centred on the resurrection of dinosaurs through cloning.
The experience begins with an immersive pre-show walk-through, featuring lifelike animatronics, and reenactments, designed to prepare them for the action that is about to take place. Guests then arrive at the Discovery Centre where they meet the scientist in charge of the programme, and see the lab where the dinosaurs are cloned, before boarding a 30-seater vehicle.
Once onboard guests are taken on a tour of the forest, and shown the dinosaurs in their natural habitat, before the ride is suddenly derailed by a vicious Tyrannosaurus Rex attack.
The film - which has a resolution of 14976px x 1080px - is displayed on an enormous 70m x 5m (230ft x 16ft) screen, which surrounds the guests, while the vehicles, which were programmed by Red Raion, are synced to mirror the movements of the action taking place on screen.