Does Your Team have what it takes?

 

In team-based virtual reality experiences, it doesn't get better than VR Bomb Defusal. So, how does it work? First the team will need to choose a player to wear the VR headset. This player will be able to interact with a VR bomb sitting on a table right in front of them. They are responsible for cutting all of the right wires, hitting the right buttons, and anything else required to keep the bomb from exploding. The problem: they have no idea what to do! That's where the rest of the team comes in. Armed with instructions for how to solve any situation that the headset-wearing player is seeing, they will try to communicate the solution before everyone runs out of time causing the bomb to explode. You can expect to hear plenty of near misses, close calls, and celebrations as the teams work their way through the experience. If you're looking to promote team work and give people an opportunity to work together in a fun way, then this is an experience you should definitely consider.

 

VR Bomb Defusal at your event

 
 
 

Event Benefits:

  • Perfect For Teams

  • Drives Guest Reactions (Memorable)

  • Proven Crowd Favorite

  • Promotes Communication

Service Includes:

  • Full 360˚ VR Setup

  • Printed Bomb Defusal Manuals For Each Team

  • Expert Event Manager To Execute Event

Logistical Requirements:

  • Space: Minimum Of 4 By 4 Feet Table

  • Power: One standard electrical outlet — 110V, 10 amps, 3-prong power outlet.

  • Wifi Requirements: None

Team Building

This experience is amazing as a team building resource because it gets the group communicating in order to solve a problem in which each person plays an important role. Plus, it's just really fun. You can expect to (loudly) hear about each groups successes and failures as they work through the experience.

Parties

If you're looking to add a team activity to your next party, this is a perfect way to get people talking and break the ice. You can decide how long each team plays for according to your event overall event plan so that it perfectly flows into all of your awesome party activities. What better way to start a party than saving your team from a VR explosion?

Other Event Types

This experience is great for any event where your guests can be easily split into teams and given a little time to work through challenges. If you aren't planning a team building event or a party, but think that this sounds perfect for you and your guests, then we're happy to help you make it happen!

 

Room Scale VR Bomb Defusal In your Event Space

 

Incorporating VR Bomb Defusal into your event plan is a great way to engage your guests and get people talking. On the right, you can see our suggested layout that has produces some great event experiences.

Notice that only one guest per group will have a headset located at their seat. This is because only one person will actually be able to see the bomb in VR as the team plays through the experience. The other guests at the table each get defusal instructions that they will use to help work through bomb modules before the time runs out!

Also, if you’re planning to display the VR experience on an external monitor, notice that we have positioned the guests away from the TV. In order to get the full experience, you want the team looking at their guides instead of peeking at the monitor. Depending on your event space, we can offer suggestions to help you think through the best way to position your monitor and your guests.

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360˚ VR Bomb Defusal In Your Event Space

 

In the image to the right, you’ll notice many similarities to the previous image showing a Room Scale VR layout. However, there are a few key differences to consider when planning your event.

First, with completely untethered headsets, you can easily allow multiple groups to play VR Bomb Defusal at the same time. With wireless, individual headsets you have the ability to maximize your event space.

Also notice that there is no external monitor present in this image. Because 360˚ headsets are not linked to a monitor, the experience is not broadcasted over a TV to the rest of the room. Luckily, watching a room full of people try to dismantle VR bombs is a show in itself!

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“You're sweating bullets down to sometimes literally the last second”

 
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"The most fun I've had in a cooperative game in a long time.”

 
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“Play with friends and you'll have lots of fun”

 
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“As an event planner, I found the entire experience very easy to execute, I didn’t have to worry about a thing, VirtualRealityRental.co made it all so seamless and smooth. The technology and apps you had preloaded were the perfect mix of inspirational and practical, driving home the point of our event. I really hope we get the chance to work together again in the future.”

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