Although practical uses for VR are evolving all around us, video games are still the most easily-accessible virtual reality experience. Recently, a few Banfielders went to Colony VR, a VR arcade in Ottawa, to give the technology a try.
What we found was unlimited potential — from games where you can create a world of your own 3D drawings, to simulations of walking across a plank between two moving trains. There was even a job simulator, where you live a satirized version of the daily life of a cubicle or convenience store worker. Whether you regularly enjoy video games or not, there was a VR experience everyone could enjoy.