Launching a Unique VR Arcade Game Distribution Model

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Virtual reality is exploding. It’s the fastest-growing segment of the Amusement Industry. More traditional amusement manufacturers have jumped on the VR bandwagon in recent years. Sega is the latest entrant with their VR Agent game. I am sure there are more coming. VR provides a more immersive gaming experience, which is what players want. Recent…

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WTF is Esports? Replay Cut the Crap – the Truth about Esports (10:37)

Esports is one of the hot buzzwords in the entertainment market. Companies seem to be pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into building esports arenas, gaming lounges, and other location-based entertainment venues catering to the burgeoning esports market. Bob Cooney opens with an overview of the market and its growth along with definitions we can…

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Netflix Double Taps The Unlimited Demand For Zombies with Army of the Dead VR

Army of the Dead VR

Viva Las Vengeance teams Zack Snyder with Pure Imagination for location-based virtual reality mayhem The Army of the Dead VR experience “Viva Las Vengeance”, is a bold move for the streaming giant. But it’s not a surprise if you’ve been following closely. In July of 2019, Netflix made a move that got little coverage in…

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Was Facebook’s Acquisition of Oculus a Bargain?

Oculus Will Win the VR Market

Apple’s new App Tracking Transparency in iOS 14.5 explains Zuckerberg’s need to own the VR market The VR battlefield has been formed.  Facebook has firmly taken control of the consumer VR market share with the Quest headset.  And this week, HTC stamped its dominant footprint on the commercial market with the release of the Focus…

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The Truth About Star Wars Lightsaber VR Game Earnings

Star Wars Lightsaber Dojo in Frankston

One of the only companies brave enough to launch a product into the teeth of the pandemic was VRsenal. In October, the company announced that the VR lightsaber game would be available globally after delivering to Dave and Busters for their chain-wide deployment.  Since then, operators have installed close to 200 units.  It’s been challenging to…

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Is VR Safe for Kids?

Is VR Safe for Kids

With the success of the Oculus Quest 2, and so many AAA games coming to virtual reality, kids everywhere are asking for a VR headset. But Facebook (the company that owns Oculus VR) states that nobody under 14 should use the Quest. Parents might be wondering why can’t kids do VR? Despite the warnings, there…

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Transformation: JUMP into the Future of the Experience Economy

In 1998 Joe Pine and James Gilmore wrote a now-famous article in the Harvard Business Journal and predicted The Experience Economy. During my lifetime, I’ve watched consumer preferences shift from goods to services to experiences. But Pine and Gilmore went on to predict what’s beyond the Experience Economy. What’s next? Read on…

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New Year, New Mind, New Reality

What if we could develop a practice that enabled us to continuously and instantly recognize our cognitive state, determine if it served us, and changed it immediately if we decided to?

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World’s First Star Wars VR Arcade Game is Coming

There’s a disturbance in the force. The menace of the coronavirus wasn’t a phantom, but a threat to the very existence of our galaxy. Under this perilous existence, an unlikely alliance formed to create a new Star Wars VR Arcade game. And it’s bringing new hope to the entertainment centers on the remote planet Earth.…

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How to Deliver Social Experiences to Your Guests

Social Experience Top Golf

When I spoke to Randy White in June of 2020, one of the areas we touched on was the need for more social experiences.  Why do they want to be entertained? Why do they go out to movies, or bowling, or restaurants? Randy’s opinion on this is they want to socialize. “People want social experiences”…

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