Privatized National Parks
Team: Eugene Hoban
Date: Spring 2019
What if we give away our right to public nature?
In 2050, our digital and real world are mixed. Augmented reality has brought our entertainment into nature. People can discover parks that have been transformed into their favorite movie, game or simply augmented with different challenges.
Creating these environments requires land. Most national parks are now privatized. You must pay to explore these environments that everyone wants to enjoy.
Customers experience nature that is out of this world. Not only are the parks well maintained, they are safe and clean. Environments are created by the “holocation” companies and are tailored to you or your team's needs.
The privatization of the parks and nature has left the true experience almost unattainable and so remote that you have to travel for days to get away and experience its beauty. Traditional camping is now for the few purists that are willing to go the distance.
Most national parks are now privately owned by entertainment companies.
You must pay to explore these environments that everyone wants to enjoy. Customers experience nature that is out of this world.