While listening to a book in the morning, I suddenly had an idea to create a real-life locked room based on detective novels, or perhaps make it into a toy model. Considering the difficulty of implementation, I thought about using VR. In the locked room of a detective novel, each person can choose a character to recreate the process of solving the mystery.
Inspired by the "Kan Series" by Ayatsuji Yukito.
Furthermore, I thought about bringing simple offline locked room scenarios into VR, allowing online multiplayer where some people play as the murderer and others play as the detective. Would this attract more people compared to offline locked rooms?
Alternatively, creating VR experiences based on iconic movie scenes, such as a segment from Titanic starting from the sinking of the ship to the end. Users can experience the roles of Jack and Rose. Would many people be interested in experiencing this?
Novel: "Ayatsuji Yukito - The Clock Museum Incident"
TV series: Implementation of a VR laboratory in episode 2 of "Private Detective Season 5"