VRstudios and Dave & Busterís have teamed up to bring the multi-player virtual reality Jurassic World VR Expedition to location based entertainment centers across America beginning on June 14.
Dave & Busterís arcades across the country will soon offer Jurassic World VR Expedition, which combines moving seats with virtual reality headsets to send players on a digital dinosaur safari. Four guests at a time spend five minutes zipping around Isla Nublar, competing to rescue as many dinos as possible with a handheld scanner. The experience will cost about $5 per person, per play.

Jurassic World VR Expedition was developed by VRstudios based on their VRcade virtual reality technology, which has previously been used in seasonal VR attractions at Universal Orlandoís Halloween Horror Nights and Knottís Berry Farm. Their newest project brings the dinosaurs of Jurassic World to digital life through their proprietary cloud-based VRcade Attraction Management Platform (AMP), which will connect over 110 Dave & Busterís locations, making it the worldís largest deployment of commercial multi-player VR.
ďWe are honored to be a trusted partner to Dave & Busterís, the leading restaurant/entertainment complexes in North America,Ē said Kevin Vitale, VRstudios CEO. ďTheir new attraction is a breakthrough for extending commercial availability of true multi-player virtual reality to locations around the country. AMP enables the seamless integration of technology and content from best-in-class providers including Hewlett-Packard, HTC, Universal Studios and The Virtual Reality Company.Ē