Press Release: Announcing CHRONOZONE™

Press Release: Announcing CHRONOZONE™

For Immediate Release



January 1st, 2077

ChronoZone™ Vacations Beta Experience – CHRONOZONE continues to expand the possibilities of simulated reality.

Victoria, BC, Cascadia – On February 27th, 2077, prominent ARLOG writers and informedia journalists will have early access to the new CHRONOZONE™ vacations technology at the new CHEK Crystal Conservatory. The simulated reality “time traveller” product CHRONOZONE™ uses the industry-changing GoogleOpen memory maps database project combined with CHRONOVENTURES’ award winning augmented reality environments to take virtual reality vacations to the next level. The project has been 30 years in the making and they’re proud to announce that the FUTURE IS NOW.

Beta Testers will have the opportunity to “game” as if they were attending a real gaming convention in 2015. CHRONOVENTURES’ synthetic humanoids and intelligences populate the playing field so players can interact with any and all personalities they encounter on the grounds. To further “gamify” the beta experience, activities have been added to the convention environment to award points to participants in order to compete for the GottaCon ARG GRAND PRIZE (brought to you by ZOTAC®). For more information, visit:

The not-yet-open CHEK Crystal Conservatory facility will use more than 21,000 m2 (230,000 ft2) of screens and phased acoustical arrays powered by ZOTAC simCards to allow for a full surround experience while still allowing visitors to use their WANDA and AR viewer devices to interact with the rendered environment.

Be sure to follow all emissives and vidStreams on this exciting new edutraction. CHRONOZONE™ will be compatible with iShell and other commercially available immersive AR systems by 2078.


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This is a role playing game designed for the GottaCon 2015 Gaming Convention. All characters and speculative futures appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

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