LAI Games showcased what it claims is an industry first at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando last week, launching an attendant-free VR attraction.
Triotech is entering the virtual reality market through a tie-up with French video games giant Ubisoft to produce a small footprint VR attraction.
Bandai Namco Europe, distribution partner for the innovative A.I. Solve company's We Play VR location-based VR attraction, has installed the first units into Hollywood Bowl.
Virtual Reality Escapes opened its first VR centre in Chester this week.
Bandai Namco Amusement Europe has opened the first Virtual Reality location outside of Japan – VR Zone Portal London” in the new Hollywood Bowl FEC at London’s O2.
A new name to the attractions industry, Frontgrid, has partnered with dynamic simulation attractions specialist Simworx to introduce a VR attraction which will be officially launched at EAS 2017 in Berlin.
VRstudios has launched a new VR attraction, Terminal 17, a multiplayer adventure game specifically designed for the VRcade Arena.
German VR start-up Holocafe, has announced two further locations, in Aachen and Troisdorf.
VR arcade specialist Zero Latency is opening and operating a nearly 400 square metre (4,300 square foot) VR gaming arena in Brisbane, Australia capable of running two 8-player VR games simultaneously side by side.
Line, owner of a Japanese mobile messaging app with the same name, plans to open a 500 million baht ($14.7 million) indoor amusement arcade in Bangkok by the end of the year.