CONSERVATION & WILDLIFE
My Park Australia will be cooperating with many like-minded groups, who are doing a wonderful job in the field of conservation and the care of native wildlife. These groups include:
- Queensland Koala Crusaders Inc.
- Other Wildlife rescue groups and individuals
- Land care organizations
- Wildlife hospitals
- State parks and wildlife personnel
Our strategic plans include rehabilitating the existing vegetation in our park, planting additional trees for animal feed, such as eucalyptus trees, which are basic food for koalas. We will also work closely with relevant groups to construct and fit-out, animal care facilities within a designated area of the park.
Shortly, our strategic plans include cooperating with specialist groups involved with teaching children with special needs, such as Attention Deficit Disorders (ADHD). Early trials have shown such children often respond well when pets and animals are brought into classes. Our plans will incorporate selected wildlife participating in these classes using augmented reality video streaming and animation. Our plans also call for us to facilitate the interaction between schoolchildren in Australia with others in classrooms overseas, using video streaming and augmented reality and animation with our wildlife.
Our park will not be one that is open to physical visits by the public. Visits will be possible and encouraged by way of the internet and live video streaming. Equipment for live video streaming will be placed throughout our park and will be accessible to online viewers. GPS tracking equipment will locate selected wildlife and control cameras for video streaming back to the calling party. As we move forward, we will be using the most up-to-date technologies to enable schoolchildren (and others) to experience the joy of making virtual visits and interacting together with the animals in real-time. International schoolchildren will also be able to interact in the park with Australian school children and learn about each other and their languages. The latest equipment, such as HoloLens glasses will be used here.
MY PARK AUSTRALIA will enable people around the world to make virtual visits to the Park using the latest technologies. We will be using the most up-to-date technologies to enable schoolchildren (and others) to experience the joy of making virtual visits and interacting together with the animals in real time. International schoolchildren will also be able to interact in the park with Australian school children and learn about each other and their languages.
The interaction will therefore involve three levels, namely live video streaming, virtual reality visits and augmented reality visits by Holoportation. GPS tracking systems will enable specific animals to be located and viewed, via video streaming and interaction with that particular animal via augmented reality visits, using the latest headsets. Live streaming (real time) will take place using 360-degree cameras, HoloLens Imaging and augmented reality headsets and holographic technologies.
Virtual Reality (VR) uses devices to create a simulated environment. VR places the user inside an experience, rather than watching from the outside. Users are immersed and able to interact with 3D worlds, rather than just interacting with a screen.
Augmented and virtual realities both leverage some of the same types of technology, and they each exist to serve the user with an enhanced or enriched experience. Augmented reality enhances experiences by adding virtual components such as digital images, graphics, or sensations as a new layer of interaction with the real world.
This will provide the ultimate experience for visitors.
We will be creating an interactive-telepresence, connecting remote users together, where they can collaborate, visualise and share 3D information across the internet.
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