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LINDON — Utah-based virtual reality company The Void is taking its novel, "hyper-reality" experience to a whole new level that is both Earth-bound and part of a galaxy far, far away thanks to a partnership with Disney that will bring interactive Star Wars-themed virtual reality exhibits to its parks this holiday season.
While unable to reveal any details, The Void's co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Curtis Hickman said those who love the epic, 40-year-old science fiction franchise — which continues to generate new content, resonate with audiences and draw new fans — will not be dismayed by the virtual world and adventures that await them.
"What I can say is, fans won’t be disappointed," Hickman said. "The beauty and workmanship and craftsmanship that’s gone into this on the art, the story and the technical side is really unmatched."
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