For those that never wanted to leave the exotic 3D world of Pandora as created in the James Cameron sci-fi Avatar, there's a chance to go back in the real world.

Disney's "Avatar Land" will be a new attraction based in at the Disney World resort in Florida, as part of the Animal Kingdom park. Cameron will be involved in the creation of the attraction.

"When choices are made about designing rides and the design of the environments, we'll be right there," he told a press conference in Los Angeles.

"Our goal is to go beyond current boundaries of technical innovation and experiential storytelling, and give park goers the chance to see, hear, and touch the world of 'Avatar' with an unprecedented sense of reality,"

Disney's president and CEO Robert A. Iger said "James Cameron is a groundbreaking filmmaker and gifted storyteller who shares our passion for creativity, technological innovation and delivering the best experience possible,"

There are also plans to eventually open Avatar rides and experiences at Disney's other parks worldwide.

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The announcement comes as plans for Avatar 2 look to coincide with the opening of the Disney experience, scheduled for the end of 2014. Actress Sigourney Weaver confirmed this week that she will return in the sequel.

The Avatar experience is said to be along similar lines to the successful Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios, Florida, where J.K. Rowling's alternative reality of sorcery and spells is re-created for Potter fans.

Following the success of the revised version of Disney's The Lion King in 3D, Cameron also announced that a 3-D converted version of the Oscar-winning Titanic will be going ahead. Recently Star Wars director George Lucas has been rumoured to be planning on resurrecting the entire Star Wars saga in adapted 3D.