Virtual Reality for ‘Non-Gamers’

When most people think of virtual reality, the first thing that might come to mind is video games. While VR gaming is popular at Vector, it’s far from the only thing you can do! In fact, virtual reality can be an incredible experience for non-gamers as well. Here are a few reasons why:

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Immersive experiences

One of the most exciting uses of virtual reality for non-gamers is the ability to experience travel in a whole new way. With VR, you can explore destinations, like the Eiffel Tower and other destinations around the world without getting on a plane! In Google Earth VR, you’re able to explore the world at your own pace, and perhaps find your dream holiday destination!

For thrill-seekers looking for something daring, you’ll love Epic Roller Coasters. These virtual coasters take you on intense rides through unique environments with stunning visuals and realistic motion. These roller coaster experiences are like no other, able to simulate things that are near impossible in real life. If you’re looking for something that will get your adrenaline pumping, then this is the experience for you.

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Stress relief

In contrast to the thrill-seeking Coaster experience, virtual reality can also be a great way to relax and de-stress. For example, you can also take a kayak trip in Kayak VR: Mirage and explore breathtaking environments. With the realistic physics of a kayak, you can race down the rivers or travel at a leisurely speed, all within the comfort of our pods. You could also try out The Blu and experience the wonder of the sea and get up close to an eighty foot whale, to discover the beauty within our oceans.

Social experiences
Virtual reality is also a brilliant social opportunity for family and friends. With social hangout spaces in Rec Room, you can meet people from all over the world and interact with rooms made by other people.
Even if you choose our single player experiences, you’ll be able to speak to the people with you, through the headset! This can be great for families who want to bring their children along. So you can travel along the rivers in a kayak or explore the world, whilst your children play a whole range of different games.


Virtual reality has many benefits for non-gamers. From immersive travel experiences to stress relief and social experiences, there are countless ways for non-gamers to enjoy their time with us at Vector VR. Whether you’re interested in exploring new destinations, learning new skills, or simply relaxing after a long day, virtual reality has something to offer everyone. So if you haven’t yet tried VR, now is the time to give it a chance!


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Plan Your Visit

Not sure how to long to book for?Take a look at our game selection and choose a few to make your session tailored for you! You don’t have to stick to your selection when you arrive – however we can give you a good idea of how long you will need based on each game’s recommended play-time.