Red Frog Digital’s AR Zombie Holomaze draws monster crowds at VRLA 2018

A world leader in AR experiences, Red Frog Digital attracted eager crowds to its Zombie Holomaze Experience at VRLA 2018.

Attendees were happy to queue for up to two hours to experience the attraction, which proved among the highlights of the world’s largest immersive technology festival.

After donning an AR headset, brave participants were on their own, with no idea of what to expect. With jump-scares aplenty, they were faced with zombies at every turn, some bursting out of the floor, others lurching at them through walls.

Describing the Zombie Holomaze as a cross between a horror maze and an escape room, Red Frog Digital has created the small-footprint solution for venues such as theme parks and malls – anywhere looking to refresh their offering with a horror attraction. The company also points out that one of the key benefits of an AR solution is that there’s no need to hire and train live actors.

‘It was awesome,’ enthused one of the participants at VRLA. ‘It has a lot of potential for future horror experiences. I think part of the suspense is not knowing where things are.”

Adrian Rashad Driscoll joins team to support US expansion 

Red Frog Digital is also celebrating the appointment of world-renowned AR/VR expert, Adrian Rashad Driscoll. The former actor joins as Director of US Partnerships. Driscoll brings over 5 years’ experience in the immersive technologies sector and will be supporting the company’s expansion into the US market.

Driscoll is a filmmaker and AR/VR consultant who works with large studios and innovative companies to create exciting titles and experiences. According to Red Frog Digital, he is keen to promote the wider potential of immersive technology as a powerful tool for education and medical research, rather than simply a fun innovation for gamers.

Based in the UK, Red Frog Digital is an award-winning digital studio specialising in augmented reality, AR glasses and stunning 3D content.