London is all set to get an exciting new go karting experience with an augmented reality twist. It is essentially the usual physical go karting but with interactive digital surroundings.
During the experience, the racers will go for the win, speeding around the track, but they’ll pick up goodies like Mario Kart and attack their opponents with the weapons they collect around the way.
The race provides a safer and collision-free experience since it’s a virtual track without any physical obstacles. Moreover, the karts are also programmed to not bump into each other. The battle is more about collecting points and winning the races rather than colliding with a fellow racer to get ahead.
The racers can be fully immersed in the game as they also experience real-life sensations and reactions to play around with power-ups and weapons. You can also switch up the race tracks and scenery so you could be racing in a desert or even in space.
Founder Tom Lionetti-Maguire said, “Creating a real-life version of a video game has been an obsession for some time, and we are delighted to have cracked it.”
“The gamification of experiences is a phenomenon that is here to stay, and this is the purest distillation of it – it’s a game and an experience, wrapped up in a whole load of silliness, with a sprinkling of nostalgia for good measure.”
Chaos Karts opens for business on September 15 and would be available for anyone over the age of 13.
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