In April of this year, Namco is opening its 'VR Zone Project i Can' in Diver City Tokyo Plaza, Odaiba. This new complex is set to be a hub of entertainment for all sorts of virtual reality experiences.
In this space, guests will be able to take part in six different types of simulations. Some of the virtual challenges will include rescuing a cat from a tall building, controlling a giant robot, driving a sportscar, operating a train or partaking in extreme skiing.
To participate, people must be 13 or older and have registered online in advance of visiting the VR Zone Project i Can. Alternatively, members of the public can visit the space and watch others experience the virtual reality simulations—which promises to be just as entertaining—at no cost.
Namco's 'VR Zone Project i Can' Immerses Guests in Simulated Experiences
Laura McQuarrie — March 29, 2016 — Tech
References: project-ican & japantrends