Content Categories Explained!
To make it easier for you to find what you need we have created four main categories for our content. Some may fall into multiple brackets. A brief explanation for each can be seen on the side. We also suggest you view detailed descriptions to get a better understanding about each one.
A new world for puzzles!
When shooting lasers is too simple for youUnder Critical Thinking you will find perhaps the widest assortment of VR experiences. From very funny Job Simulator to the terrifying Vacate The Room. The one thing that they have in common is that they require and help develop your ability to solve challenges in a creative way.
Experience the impossible!
Movies? That’s so 2015...This category is mostly composed of content that has a very pronounced audio visual feel. Included here are also "VR Movie" type experiences where you are an observer watching a story unfold and cannot interact with the virtual world around you. We are soon to add "VR Live" for major sporing events where you can take a true front seat to anny of your favourite games.
Gaming that will blow you away!
Back to the basics in a brand new wayVR began with gaming and has since developed with it side by side. Most of our content in the other categories could technically be categorized as "gaming". For our sorting purposes Gaming refers mainly to those on a more traditional sense. Don't let that fool you, for the first time you can shoot arrows from your bow, wield a Lightsaber in your hands or even play virtual pool and so much more!
Take your next event to a new Level!
Team building for a new generationThese VR experiences are almost custom made for team building & improving communication. "Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes" is a prime example of this as a group helps a member disarm a bomb (Don’t worry its only in VR!) . Only they can see the wires and buttons while the rest have a manual on how to disarm it. Check out the upcoming Star Trek VR game that will challenge even your most experienced leaders in a true team setting.