Saber VR brought its Virtual Reality products to ICE North America
(Boston, Exclusive SoloAzar).- Saber VR, a Virtual Reality lounge and gaming center located in Freehold, New Jersey, made its debut at ICE North America. “It is our first time in an event and conference like this,” said its Vicepresident of Operations, Jessi Glass, to SoloAzar, in an exclusive interview.
“We do convention or school events, and we really offer quite a few things, like tournaments and classes for parents to regulate what their kids play. Right now at ICE we are showing off our racing simulators, which are full motion, VR, with a lot of cool features,” commented Jessi Glass.
“At the show, we met some people, to see what we can offer them, what they can offer us. I think it’s great. The venue is amazing; I’ve been to this venue before on my own, to a convention a few months ago,” she added.
Then, she was asked about the profile of the players that use their products: “In the case of our VR car, I think we are here in a car that is pretty universal. You have a wheel, you have pedals, you are racing against people all around the world; the country borders don’t exist.”
With regard to ICE Boston, she commented: “We are hoping to meet the right people at this event. We’ve done some smaller in-house events as well as some larger events basically at some other shows in Detroit, New York; we’re going to California in a couple of months, and we are very excited.” She then pointed that the firm also has plans in Latin America, Mexico and South East Asia.
She then remarked the profile of the South Asian players: “Virtual reality, to run it in the level that we do, is very costly, so they come to our venues, and they are having the best experience they can, with equipment that you can rent out for an hour, for half an hour, or for a party package of friends, you have a large focus on multiplayers. “
Next shows for the company are: California Motor Show, LA Auto Show. “We’ll see where the world takes us,” Glass concluded.