Super Mario Bros. is one of Nintendo's most popular video games ever. Wouldn't it be cool to spend an afternoon as Luigi or Mario? At the Nintendo Amusement Park you can! Take our quiz to find out more about the new Nintendo Amusement Park, and how it's changing the face of fun.
At which of these universities do the creators of the Nintendo Amusement Park study?
New York University
University of Michigan
Which of these famous video games is the basis for the Nintendo Amusement Park?
Super Mario Bros.
What is the format of the Nintendo Amusement Park?
It is a collection of rides and roller coasters based on various Nintendo games.
It is a real-life recreation of Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. video game.
It is a small park with child-friendly rides.
What are the names of Super Mario Bros. two main characters?
Luigi and Mario
Bill and Ted
Amos and Andy
What is the name of the place where the Super Mario Bros. game takes place?
The Forbidden Forest
Upon completion, how long will the Nintendo Amusement Park be?
How will players simulate Mario's jumping ability?
an anti-gravity containment field
a bungee chord suspension system
a trampoline-like floor
What mechanism will hold the suspension system in place, and propel the players forward through the course?
a motorized truss
The first generation version of this game has not yet dealt with which of these movement issues?
To solve the problem of lateral movement, future generations of the park will use which of these?
a second set of suspension cables
a sliding overhead track
In early generations of the game, players will navigate their way through the course how?
They will be assisted by a stagehand.
They will use a remote control.
They will remain in place, and the course will move underneath of them.
Which of these statements best defines the science of human haptics?
Haptics refers to how people react to extreme heights and speeds such as those of roller coasters.
Haptics is the study of entertainment, and why people choose to do certain things for fun.
Human haptics is the study of how humans use their sense of touch and motor skills.
The haptic winch intended to control the game in later generations will get its information from which of these?
infrared cameras and strain receptors
What material will be used to protect players from impact injuries?
foam crash padding
The large components of the park will be moved by which of these?
a team of stagehands
The pressure feedback systems that will be used to protect players are based on those currently used in which of these modern inventions?
How does Physically Augmented Reality (PAR) differ from Augmented Reality (AR)?
PAR uses complex computer simulation techniques, rather than physical props.
PAR makes actual changes to the physical world, rather than using overlay imagery or computer simulations.
PAR does not require any person to person interaction.
The first game to be recreated for real-world play was which of these?
One possible threat to the viability of the Nintendo Amusement Park is which of these concerns?
The creators of the park are not licensed to build an amusement park.
The creators of the park have not secured permission to use the Nintendo name.
The creators of the park are not sure whether they will ever graduate college.
Where is the current prototype of the Nintendo Amusement Park located?