Our team recently installed multiple immersive attractions at OMNI Funplex in Cincinnati, Ohio. The new family entertainment center packs a lot of fun into its 35,000-square-foot facility, with laser tag and Hologate virtual reality (VR) being the two immersive attractions in the mix.
Adding laser tag and Hologate was important to owner Hari Pisati because “It adds tech flavor to the FEC and VR is the latest trend and has buzz,” Pisati said.
The OMNI Funplex laser tag is a 3,552-square-foot, two-level arena with Delta Strike equipment that can accommodate up to 24 players. The Avatar-inspired theme features an interactive environment with large robots and energy gates as well as 20 targets that are integrated into the props. Players can tag these targets with their phasers to earn rewards or advance to the next stage in a story-driven game.
For those who want to experience the future of gaming at OMNI Funplex, players can try their hand in Hologate VR. This 4-player setup features intense graphics with an open-air layout that allows spectators to watch the players and take in the action on the monitors.
With our help to ensure the design and install process went smoothly, the mission to become “The Premier Entertainment of Choice for Youth, Families and Corporations” has been made more attainable for OMNI.
“Creative Works has its processes nailed down to great detail,” said Pisati. “They followed up many times to see if my facility is ready and has checklists to make sure they come at the right time. Great sales and customer service throughout the installation and opening process.”
OMNI Funplex is set to open this June.
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