HTC has opened Viveland, the company’s first virtual reality arcade, in partnership with Syntrend Creative Park. This 330-square-meter attraction features AMD Radeon-powered PCs, SteelSeries wireless headphones, and plenty of Vive headsets to use on over 20 different experiences to try, including games such as Front Defense as well as Project Cars. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
“A mixed reality area also features a green screen so that you can record your gameplay experience and take it home with you. But what about prices? HTC provided New Taiwan Dollar ticket costs, which we’ve listed below along with what they work out to in USD: Closed Booth: NT$400/$12.70 USD per 30-minute session; Open Booth: NT$200/$6.35 USD per 15-minute session; Front Defense: NT$200/$6.35 USD per session; Project CARS: NT$250/$7.94 USD per session; The Walk: NT$150/$4.76 USD per session; Bounty VR in 4D: NT$200/$6.35 USD per session; Mixed Reality: NT$300/$9.53 USD per 15-minute session,” according to Upload VR.