A new world of Immersive Themed storytelling is coming to Tennessee. Ancient Lore Village, a first of its kind overnight “story resort,” is being announced in partnership and design development with Infinite Kingdoms and Weber Group. This award-winning team of industry creators and builders is bringing this vision to life.
Guests at Ancient Lore Village will play their part in an original story world that will take place all around them, including interactive experiences in their rooms and spread around the resort. The focus on family connections is an embodiment of the company’s vision statement “to foster community, and thereby improve the world, through experiences.”
The resort will feature unique interactive lodging accommodations without traditional TV’s in the room. New game technology and traditional play experiences for families will form unique memories, driven by their choices and interactions. Through the new breakthrough play platforms of Magic Campfire, DigiMe and Infinite Tracking, the entire resort becomes an interactive playground for guests that will create a holistic “custom” world of the guest’s imagination and choice.
“This is the first time in the world an interactive resort has been designed from the ground up to create a fully interactive world with physical and effect-driven interactives at all locations in the resort,” says Denise Chapman Weston, Chief Inventor Infinite Kingdoms.
Matthew Cross, CEO of Ancient Lore Village comments: “Ancient Lore Village is built on the idea that we all value our human connections. No better connection can be formed than sharing and enjoying stories together. Infinite Kingdoms and the Weber Group are a perfect fit for taking our vision of a world connected by story and executing it with unique technology. The “Lore” of Ancient Lore Village is being announced here, at the World Stage of IAAPA with our co-creators Infinite Kingdoms and Weber Group. This compelling partnership is another key factor in our ability to demonstrate our executable vision to our growing base of partners.”