Guests visiting Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort and Disney Springs at the Walt Disney World Resort will soon be able to experience Star Wars like never before. It is an experience created by ILMxLAB, Lucasfilm’s immersive entertainment division, in collaboration with THE VOID. Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire will offer a multi-sensory experience that will allow fans to walk around the Star Wars universe. They will be able to do this with friends, fans, and Star Wars characters.
StarWars.com shared this about Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire:
“At THE VOID, we combine the magic of illusions, advanced technology and virtual reality to create fully immersive social experiences that take guests to new worlds,” said Curtis Hickman, co-founder and chief creative officer at THE VOID. “A truly transformative experience is so much more than what you see with your eyes; it’s what you hear, feel, touch, and even smell. Through the power of THE VOID, guests who step into Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire won’t just see this world, they’ll know that they are part of this amazing story.”
“At ILMxLAB, we want people to step inside the worlds of our stories,” explained Vicki Dobbs Beck, executive in charge of ILMxLAB. “Through our collaboration with THE VOID, we can make this happen as guests become active participants in an unfolding Star Wars adventure. By combining Lucasfilm’s storytelling expertise with cutting-edge imagery, and immersive sound from the team at Skywalker Sound, while invoking all the senses, we hope to truly transport all those who experience Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire to a galaxy far, far away.”
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