FAQ's

WHAT TO EXPECT

Once you put on the VR headset and controllers you are transported into a virtual world. 

Our state of the art equipment will trace a grid around you which allows the VR wireless headset to track your movements and ensure that you can move freely and naturally in the allocated area reducing the risk of tripping  or running into any walls. 

WHAT ARE YOUR OPENING HOURS

We are open daily from 2.30pm to 6pm

Please ensure that you book 1 hour in advance 

WHO CAN & CAN'T PLAY?

WHO CAN PLAY

  • Everyone over the age of 8 who is fit and healthy

WHO SHOULDN'T PLAY​

  • Individuals with Epilepsy and seizures are not allowed to play

  • We caution anyone with a previous large injury such as a back, neck or spine injury as some of the games are quite strenuous and physical

  • We advise Pregnant mothers and Elderly to be seated during the majority if not the whole session.

HYGIENE PROCEDURES 

Our Sanitation Procedure

- Before and after each Individual uses the VR, all equipment is thoroughly cleaned with an antibacterial wet wipe. This includes but is not limited to the VR Headset and two hand controllers.

 - We also provide a disposable hygiene eye mask to be worn under the VR headset that can be taken home.

CAN I WEAR MY GLASSES?

Yes you can wear your glasses however, we highly recommend wearing contact lenses during a session as large frames will not fit due to limited space in the VR Headset. Large glass frames may not allow the VR Headset to fit properly.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR

As some of our games require being active and moving we recommend wearing something comfortable (e.g. no heels).

We also recommend removing any bulky head pieces that can get in the way of the VR Headset sitting comfortably and in the correct position.