Playgrounds aren’t what they used to be.
If your kid is getting bored of his school’s old, rusty jungle gym, he may want to check out Slime Zone, Nickelodeon’s virtual playground.
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It’s no secret that VR is, for the most part, an enthusiast’s world. Oculus and HTC Vive continue to release high-quality headsets, but they’re too expensive, and the games aren’t good enough for the general public to catch on to.
But SlimeZone has, perhaps wisely, taken a different approach. Nobody buys SlimeZone. Instead, it’s set of HTC Vive headsets in the lobbies of IMAX theaters in Los Angeles, New York, and Toronto. Kids (or adults) pay $15 for thirty minutes of play. Read more…
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