DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Jan. 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Imagine you had a time machine that could transport you back 67 million years to a world of dinosaurs that will completely thrill you. Imagine you can see, hear and even smell the dinosaurs. Now imagine them chasing you! This awe-inspiring world of dinosaurs may traditionally be the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters, but UK-based international private investment organisation, Cocoon Wealth, is hoping to meet the Middle Eastern strategic partner that can help bring the ultimate time-travelling dinosaur adventure to life.
The project is already approximately 75% funded by a consortium comprising Cocoon themselves, the Tax & Credits arm of the UK Government, and a well-known US-based global media conglomerate. Cocoon are now looking to engage with a regional investor to make this a truly global venture, and to make sure Dinosaurs in the Wild is well-represented as a major attraction in the Middle East. Investors here are already aware that the region is fast gaining a reputation for the biggest and best in global experiences, and the unique Dinosaurs in the Wild project is now expected to deliver a world-class interactive experience for adults and children alike.
The Dinosaurs in the Wild attraction is unlike any other dinosaur experience ever imagined, let alone staged and made available to the paying public. Set to tour throughout the world, Dinosaurs in the Wild is carefully crafted by expert designers, directors, animators, model makers, world-renowned TV and film documentary makers, animatronics and graphics, lighting, sound and production teams. Using state-of-the art features such as interactive room walls, moving platforms, hydraulic multi-direction motion cars, emergency escape routes, elevators and the most advanced technology used for bringing dinosaurs to life, Dinosaurs in the Wild is set to become the closest thing to the thrilling 'Jurassic Park' experience in the movie of the same name.
Visitors will become part of the story as soon as they enter the attraction. Set in the fictional time-travelling 'Time Base 67' research station, documentary videos explain the history of the research centre and the work conducted by its scientists to the visitors as they board. The visitors feel the noise and rumble of the time machine powering up as they receive a safety briefing about the dinosaur dangers that lay ahead. This builds the audience excitement and anticipation, as the engine noise increases and the multi-coloured laser lights of the time machine prepare to take them 67 million years back in time to meet the fiercest of raptors, giant pterosaurs, herds of giant dinosaurs and of course, survive their very own encounter with the fierce T-Rex.
Meetings are currently being arranged with potential Middle Eastern strategic partners for the global Dinosaurs in the Wild venture, a project that is set to make impressive and long-lasting returns, as well as making history through its interaction with the most exciting and globally-loved era of history itself.
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Dino Babic, Marketing Manager
SOURCE Cocoon Wealth