Valo Motion, a pioneer in combining interactive technology with physical activities, has introduced a new 86-inch display screen for ValoJump in order to make the game more immersive.
Valo Motion is pleased to announce the new ValoJump Model 86, which players all over the world will soon be able to enjoy. The huge new 86-inch display will add to the ValoJump fun by making the experience more immersive.
This new model will help Valo Motion’s clients around the world to stay competitive in the FEC sector by offering something fresh and new. Model 86 will be available from spring 2020 and is ideal for both new venues and those looking for an update to their offer. However, the current Model 55 is also an option for operators who want a fully impact protected and enclosed device.
Valo Motion at IAAPA Expo 2019
The Valo Motion team will be at IAAPA Expo 2019, which takes place in Orlando, Florida from 18 – 22 November. As well as talking about Model 86, the company will be demonstrating Super Stomp, the world’s first two-player game on a trampoline, and its new game Trax. There will also be a climbing wall to try, as well as another new game, Flash.
Attendees are invited to drop by booth #E7141 to find out more about the benefits of Valo Motion products. The team will be looking forward to explaining the three core benefits:
- ValoClimb and ValoJump bring in new customers to all kinds of entertainment venues, as well as encouraging repeat visits as they can be played again and again. Social features and sharing also help to drive custom.
- Valo Motion games offer a fast ROI along with a small footprint.
- The games are high-quality and are also easy to use and maintain. Valo Motion provides online support and backend monitoring services.
During IAAPA Expo 2019, Valo Motion will be partnering with GRTCrew’s acrobatic athletes to showcase freestyle trampoline jumping with ValoJump games.
Earlier this year, the company announced that, after 11 million sessions, users of its ValoClimb climbing walls and ValoJump trampolines games have burned a combined 350 million calories.