LAI’s Virtual Rabbids Hits Orlando 


LAI Games proudly says it has an industry first on this week at IAAPA. The company’s Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride is what they boast to be the first attendant-free VR attraction that “operates and is serviced like any other coin-op amusement game, making high-quality VR accessible to venues of all sizes.” Created in partnership with video game developer Ubisoft, The Big Ride features the Rabbids brand in three experiences suitable for all ages. (The crowd pictured above is at the IAAPA booth in a photo from LAI’s Facebook page.) 

Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride provides a VR experience that has been designed to entertain enthusiasts and first-time users alike, reports the factory. They say, “Experiencing  360 ̊ vision with action in every direction, riders are immersed in a completely original experience every time. With the choice of three unique ride experiences, the game is designed for maximum utilization with players facing the audience, advertising their hilarious reactions as they ride.”
In addition, the factory says each seat is monetized for maximum earning capability and rider safety when one of the positions is not in use. It also uses state-of-the-art technology including a D-Box motion platform, HTC Vive headsets, dynamic wind simulation and hi-fi audio.
With its biggest booth ever, LAI Games is also showing other games in its current lineup including the AMOA Innovator Award-winners Let’s Bounce, HYPERshoot and the Snapshot 2 photo booth, as well as Speed of Light, Mega Color Match, Shooting Mania and other games from its catalog.

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