InVideo - In 1986, I saw a demo of a powerful VR program that put you right inside of a video game using a video camera - no helmet required. It blew me away and I wrote an article about it for Electronic Musician Magazine. Three years later I used the software to design a game called Eat-A-Bug which I licensed to Nickelodeon TV and served as a prototype for the series Nick Arcade, for which I produce a dozen InVideo games. Since then, InVideo has produced state-of-the-art VR games for TV and leading theme parks, family entertainment centers and museums around the world, including Nickelodeon, Disney, Fuji TV, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Science Museum of London, Boston Science Museum, Liberty Science Center. 

Virtual Reality For The Whole Family...



Virtual Volleyball


For more info on InVideo visit the InVideo website.

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