Inspark: The first virtual reality park in Mexico City

Inspark will open on Saturday, offering a virtual reality experience that will appeal to all audiences
Inspark: The first virtual reality park in Mexico City
The park will open on Saturday, offering a broad range of activities for all audiences - Photo: Yuriko Nakao/REUTERS
19/07/2018
18:45
Alan Barragán Díaz
Mexico City
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Come live the virtual reality experience! You’ll be able to enjoy dexterity games and an adventure through the sky. You’ll find these and many other attractions at Inspark, the first virtual reality park in Mexico City.

The park will open on Saturday, offering a broad range of activities for all audiences. There will be virtual activity installations, Icarus simulations, video mapping, robotic light assemblies, surround sound, and color shows, among many other thinks to be hosted at the park of the future, such as:
 

  • Music and Color Show: It will aim at familiarizing audiences with the relationship between music and color through an interactive show with robots and laser technology.

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  • VR Samsung Experience: A fast boat will take you through the most turbulent rivers and test your nerves with virtual roller coasters.

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  • VR Cabins: You will find a wide variety of videogames at the virtual reality cabins.

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  • Delta Wing: In these simulators you will experience a more than realistic flight experience while being suspended in a harness.

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  • VR Soccer Room: Here you will live a full soccer experience by entering the virtual dressing rooms and betting for your favorite team.

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  • Infinity Room: As its name suggests, this place will lead you to lose all sense of space.

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We remind you that tickets are sold out for July 21, 22, 24, and 25, but you can buy your tickets in advance through their official website.
 

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