Synopsis: Prisma Virtual Reality Studio, in collaboration with the City Council of Medina del Campo, presents the first experience with zombie themes that recreates a Spanish population in Virtual Reality.
Innovation: The first Spanish development to create an experience in Virtual Reality as a strategy for developing the Ciudad Brand.
A military stronghold located in Medina del Campo is facing the zombie epidemic and has erected barricades and established an extraction point for survivors in the Plaza Mayor.
You’re on your own. Hordes of infected people wander around and you only have one gun that you’ve managed to rescue from among the fallen policemen.
In three minutes the army will proceed to evacuate the survivors at the other end of the Plaza Mayor, next to the collegiate’s fallen camp. A second afternoon and you’ll lose your only chance to survive, every second counts, every zombie falls to account, every bit of health you’ve got left, counts.
TECHNOLOGY PARTNER: VIRTUIX
Virtuix Omni is the current reference for motion and virtual immersion platforms. It is the first virtual reality interface that allows you to move freely and naturally in the game, which takes “Be a Survivor” to the maximum level of immersion.
For a greater immersion, the production has come to reproduce to the last detail, from the facades of emblematic buildings to urban furniture, typical of Medina del Campo through a set of typical Spanish elements fully recognizable to the general public.