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In this hour-long experience you'll get to immerse yourself in the many virtual reality games and experiences at ImmotionVR. Go on a fantasy roller coaster ride through space, swim with humpback whales in the deep ocean or speed around a track in a multiplayer car race.
You’ll have your choice of simulator style or full body VR, where you'll be taken to different worlds that test your strategy and target skills. You’ll be able to try various multiplayer experiences and by booking six places you can have the space to yourself as a group for the full session.
This is perfect for gamers as young as 8 years old and all those that love VR, but is also a great introduction to the world of virtual reality for anyone curious to experience it.
There are no upcoming dates for this experience.
Existing dates have all sold out, but you can book now and schedule later when new dates are released.
Only small groups are allowed in at a time to give everyone space for social distancing. Everything you use will be fully sanitised in line with ImmotionVR's strict sanitation process.
ImmotionVR was first set up in Bristol in 2016 and now has a range of popular VR locations around the country. The team were among the first to bring high quality motion platforms to the UK, and they now develop their own VR games in their Manchester studio. Here at ImmotionVR Bristol you can try all sorts of VR games, from going on roller coasters to completing missions in fantasy worlds. It’s a completely unique experience to go on with friends or on a date - and after trying it once guests often come back to experience these immersive VR worlds again.
Sam has been working with VR for around four years now and he’s been with ImmotionVR from the very beginning. Luke loves working with VR because it’s a great, active way of playing games. He particularly enjoys seeing people journey through the different virtual worlds, and helping them to get to grips with each so that they can really get the most out of VR.
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