Who needs virtual reality when kids like these are popping up all over the country.
The goal of Immersive Gamebox, a new and rapidly expanding live-action company, is to create a fully immersive gaming experience within the confines of a physical place, all without the use of a virtual reality headset.
Thanks to cutting-edge tech like projection mapping, 3D motion tracking, and touch displays, you can now play Angry Birds on a massive wall with nothing but your bare hands.
Or you can play a digital version of the game that became a Netflix hit despite its gruesome ending, Squid Game.
By collaborating with the like-minded Rovio Entertainment, the masterminds behind the smart phone hit Angry Birds, the brains behind the concept are progressively developing a library of recognisable names.
Even the animation studio Aardman has been merged so that you may play a Shaun the Sheep video game.
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