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Okay, what happens after 3D has run its course? It’s called 4D, full immersion. And here’s my pitch…
A large corporation like Disney or whoever runs the six flags theme parks rent out a large stretch of land, or maybe an abandoned town. The build a large gate around it like any theme park and construct a mini-city in said stretch of land. A person would pay $500 (amount not certain) to enter the city. Like all theme parks it would have a capacity.
Once the capacity is filled, all the “customers” explore the city, and when night strikes, they retire to the hotels or assigned houses. In an undisclosed time, the fun starts. The theme park’s “Employees (AKA actors, AKA other city folk)” change into infected zombies. With the city filled with only paint ball guns, and stripped with any harmful or deadly objects, the survivors (“customers”) have to make it through three days to get his/her money back.
If a zombie (“actor”) grabs you, they escort you out into a large waiting room, with food, drinks, and a live feed to watch.
Any ideas to make this theme park idea closer to reality, feel free to input.