A new trampoline centre is opening this weekend - with the UK's first augmented reality climbing wall and a hurricane simulator booth.
The unique feature uses a patented technology from Finland to use projected light technology that allows people to interact with the wall, taking them to a virtual world.
By projecting interactive graphics on the wall, it allows the climbers' movements to be tracked, with each climbing peg serving 'an interactive purpose'.
Jump Ninja - opening with a launch party on Saturday, April 8 - also includes more than 60 interconnected trampolines, a major obstacle course, a tower, swings, foam pits, gigantic air bag and a battle beam.
To celebrate the launch, the venue, at Red Rose Retail Park off Regent Road in Salford, is offering jump sessions at £5 per hour between now and April 14.
The climbing wall costs an extra £2.
Jump Ninja is opening in Salford
There's a ninja obstacle course featuring seven obstacles to conquer.
Whether its the monkey bars, web rope or standing swings, you can either compete to beat your own time or battle it put against family or friends.
And if that's not enough to wear you out, you can experience 80mph winds inside the centre's hurricane simulator booth.
To find out more about the centre visit jumpninja.co.uk .