People who’ve tried it come describe it as a thoroughly awesome, mind blowing experience.
A new concept in computer gaming called Virtual Reality (VR) gaming puts you at the centre of the action, whether it be shooting an enemy or chasing a speeding car and, be warned, it’s scary and incredibly realistic.
It’s coming to Airhop Bristol, the biggest trampoline park in the world, about a half hour’s drive from Bath and it looks set to be a thrilling experience.
Kids will love it, especially if they love computer games, but the fun isn’t limited to the youngsters – adults are loving it as well.
The Virtual Reality Concept is coming to the park in Patchway for nine days only as a special trial from Saturday, July 22 until Monday, July 31.
It’s not cheap at £25 for 30 minutes for two people, but it is innovative and the team behind it promise a once in a lifetime experience.
Entry to the massive trampoline park is £12 for an hour, and you can literally bounce off walls, fly in the air, play basketball or dodge ball.
Jumpers and bouncers have to sign a waiver in case of injury.
For the virtual reality gaming, special technology and equipment allows you to immerse yourself in the computer game and become part of the action.
Users in other parts of the country have described the experience as ‘insane’ or ‘awesome’ as it is incredibly realistic.
For more information visit www.airhop-bristol.com and to book tickets to the virtual reality gaming go to http://lcnvirtuallabs.com/whats-on/bristol-july17