Times Live (South Africa) article about the park:
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Source:“The majority of the planned offerings veer more towards edutainment, with an interactive robot aquarium, exhibition halls, and an auto factory that introduces visitors to a robotic automotive assembly line,” added Gizmag.
The 1.15 million square meter property will also house a water park, (...)
Robotland is doing a survey. It is to select the attractions.
In this questionnaire, there are some interesting attractions like 'dark ride', 'Flying coaster', 'Wing coaster', 'Robocoaster', 'Rapids ride', 'Launch Coaster', 'Mega coaster' ......... and more.
Source:Korea's Ministry of Commerce, Industry & Energy has been working on the project since 2007. It'll include a convention center, robot exhibition hall, and robot-themed parks and hotels. The final phase of construction should be completed in 2018. While they are only just now breaking ground on the project, it's already received about $1.23 billion US dollars in private and public funding.
From the groundbreaking ceremony, uploaded 3 months ago:
- Kidbot villiage zone artworks.
※These datas are 2009's. so it can be changed.
(Kidbot villiage map)
(Ferris wheel) But this is not real design. if you want to look real design, scroll down..... more
(flying robot coaster) = it will be a coaster like Sweden sommerland's. I heard this coaster is the best thing of 2009 IAAPA.
(robot education center)
And more, 'bot bounce', 'tin cups', 'aerobots' (like astro orbit), robot toontown.....
- Robot kingdom zone artworks
※These datas are 2009's. so it can be change.
(robot kingdom map)
(Meet-you-hall, robot museum)
(Robot show pavilion)
(Robot game arena)
Source:For years now, there has been talk in South Korea about a robot theme park. Construction was supposed to start in 2009, but it never happened. (Heck, several years ago, I spent some time in South Korea talking to researchers about it for a magazine article.) There was a website and lots of talk, but construction never started. Until now.
Recently, the park held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction. That means Robot Land is really happening. Or rather, building Robot Land is really happening! Above, you can see an image from the ceremony.
Located in Incheon, Robot Land will have exhibitions and rides, a waterpark, a shopping area, an R&D centre, a post-grad robotics school, and a robotics institute. Sprawling 8.1 million square feet, there will be a “Robot Kingdom”, a “Robot City” and a “Kidbot Village”.
Robot land pamphlet