Bristol’s very own trampoline park is embracing the wonders of virtual reality this summer.
Airhop, the biggest trampoline park in the world, has decided to launch a relatively new form of entertainment for its eager customers, letting you travel into an alternate reality with your friends.
Lucky visitors have called the experience mind-blowing, with anyone from the age of nine allowed to take part in this unique gaming sensation, commonly known as VR amongst the gaming community.
If trampolining wasn’t already exciting enough for you, the VR headsets let you dive into many different worlds, from soaring through skies in a drone ship to firing away at extra-terrestrials.
Kids aren’t the only ones enjoying the new addition - many adults have sung high praises for the concept, located in Patchway. Fans of computer games are bound to love the thrill of this special type of gaming, although anyone can put on the headset and experience an adventure like no other.
The graphics and virtual reality equipment puts users right in the centre of the action
Action packed and called outstanding by users, VR has taken the world by storm so Bristol is in for a treat here.
The games played through VR cover just about everything, letting its users pick and choose what they want to do, scary or otherwise.
Unfortunately the experience be around for too long, as it is part of a trial lasting nine days from Saturday, July 22 until Monday, July 31 where tickets are booked online.
Unique and undeniably different, the price isn’t cheap for a shot at trying virtual reality at £25 for half an hour for two people, although the team are certain of the games potential.
Describing it as once in a lifetime, the company behind the trial must believe it’ll go far, as high praise has been dished out from many different countries for VR gaming.
To grab yourself tickets by visiting their website.