It might have been ET on the Atari game system; it might have been Donkey Kong on the first Game Boy, hell, it might have even been Snake on the Nokia 5110, but there has been a point in every man’s life when he’s been found, nose pressed to glass, in a gripping virtual battle of reflexes and agility. Video games allow us to escape the pressures of real life as we delve deep into the imagination, whether it’s flying a missile-laden fighter jet, or removing the still-beating heart of our vanquished opponent. In fact, one of the best things about growing up is not that we leave such frivolities behind, but that we have access to a whole new realm of computer-generated sensory stimulation.
JetOne Motion understands. Home to some of the most advanced simulators in the world, JetOne Motion offers the average punter a chance to play F1 driver, helicopter pilot, or even jetfighter. The advanced iMotion system from VRX of Canada enables gamers to drive any supercar or formula car on any racing circuit, or fly almost any aircraft to any airport in the world. These state-of-the-art simulators, each wrapped with 55-inch ultra-slim LED screens, allow the intrepid a chance to feel every bump (including up to 2Gs of gravity), every curve, every change of gear. Of course such technology is bound to attract waves of uber-geeks dressed in their own driving suits, complete with crash helmets, but private party hire means you can race with a select bunch of friends and ensure your gaming experience is as real, and selective, as possible.
Think of it as your own VIP hospitality tent at the F1.
1405, 14/F., Century Square, 1-13 D'Aguilar Street, Central
HK$380 for 30 minutes for cars, HK$430 for 30 minutes of flying.