In case you missed anything from this week’s GAP Daily, here are the headlines to catch up on from the rest of the week.
The joint venture between UNIS and software developer Virtuix sees them vying to become one of the first effective providers of a workable VR arcade product with the Omni Arena. Ronnie Dungan chatted to UNIS boss Steven Tan about making the technology work in the attractions space….
LAI Games’ new hits, Let’s Bounce and Hypershoot will make their debut in a new part of the globe at the DEAL show later this month in Dubai.
The latest edition of Global Amusements and Play is now available to view in a digital magazine format.
Betson has boosted its team with the addition of Dennis Graham as director of Parts Sales.
Somehow, an overly-keen Irish boy became trapped in a claw-grab prize machine at his local play centre after climbing inside to try and get his hands on a teddy.
Bandai Namco has upgraded its online prize-ordering catalogue online, with a stock availability feature.
Independent amusement machine supplier, Bob Rudd has opened a new depot in Birmingham.
BNAE division Bandai Namco Management Solutions, the exclusive UK and Irish distributor for Embed, has completed a full cashless installation using award-winning Embed Smart Touch Readers, which are RFID so customers can tap and play whilst collecting the winnings in tickets back onto the card.
Sceptics might say we’ve been here before with the current clamour for VR technology, which failed to match the hype previously. VR fans point to hugely improved technology and user experience and serious investment from industry players to argue that VR has come of age and is about to revolutionise the arcade experience. So who’s […]