FORT WORTH, Texas (June 17, 2022) – Sandbox VR, an immersive, full-body virtual reality experience, has officially opened the doors to its first Fort Worth location, a 10,000-square-foot space located at 2956 Crockett Street within the Crockett Row at West 7th development.

The Fort Worth location marks the company’s second in Texas and 14th in the U.S., with others throughout Asia, Canada, and opening soon in Europe. Backed by celebrities including Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, and Will Smith, Sandbox VR’s state-of-the-art futuristic facility combines movie-quality motion capture technology with virtual reality, allowing guests to explore new worlds together. 

The space features four full-size Holodecks, each equipped with the newest VR technology. Together with friends, family, or co-workers, players are equipped with a VR headset, a haptic vest, a backpack, and motion sensors on their wrists and ankles. Participants can see and interact with their team through VR goggles while they free-roam together to complete adventures, which include experiences such as defeating zombies in a haunted mansion or participating in a family-friendly Star Trek space mission. 

The Fort Worth Sandbox VR offers six exclusive VR experiences, including Amber Sky 2088, Deadwood Mansion, Curse of Davy Jones, Unbound Fighting League (UFL), Star Trek Discover: Away Mission, and their newest experience, Deadwood Valley.

“Launching in Fort Worth, our first North Texas location, is hugely exciting for us,” said Steven Zhao, Sandbox VR founder. “We’re proud to bring Sandbox VR to this vibrant community of families, university students, and young professionals.” 

“Crockett Row at West 7th is becoming one of the top destinations for experiential entertainment in all of North Texas, and the fact that Sandbox VR selected Crockett Row as its second location in Texas is proof of this,” said Sierra Tuthill, marketing manager for Crockett Row at West 7th. “We couldn’t be more excited to welcome the VR fans to Crockett Row for a family-friendly activity unlike any other.” 

Following the opening in Fort Worth, Sandbox VR will open a second location in North Texas at Mockingbird Station in Dallas on June 24th, 2022.

Each Sandbox VR experience lasts approximately 45 minutes. Participants must be at least 48″ or taller to play. Fort Worth Sandbox VR is open from 10 a.m. – 11p.m. Monday – Thursday and from 10 a.m.- 12 a.m. Friday – Sunday. For more information on Sandbox VR, visit https://sandboxvr.com

ABOUT SANDBOX VR

Sandbox is a futuristic fully immersive VR experience for groups of up to 6 where you can see and physically interact with everyone inside, just like the real world. Inspired by Star Trek’s Holodeck, our exclusive worlds let you feel like you’re living inside a game or movie, and are built by EA, Sony, and Ubisoft veterans. See why Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Kevin Durant, and Will Smith support us. In here, it’s possible. When you enter our worlds, you become the action. Thanks to Hollywood motion capture cameras, 3D precision body trackers, custom hardware, and haptic suits, you get a feeling of transformation you can’t get anywhere else. You might forget you left reality. Individual group, event, & party bookings available at https://sandboxvr.com/.

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7th

Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West 7th Street and University Drive, just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, a movie theater, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars. Crockett Row at West 7th is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management, and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio. For more information, visit Crockett Row at West 7th:

●          Online: www.crockettrow.com

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