A new attraction at Chicago’s Navy Pier offers riders an interactive motion-based virtual reality experience, according to a statement released Tuesday.
Pulseworks launched its ground-breaking 4D virtual reality adventure known as “Virtual Rush,” which is set to cause a “thrilling voyage over and through a futuristic Chicago cityscape,” the company states.
The attraction, located next to the Centennial Wheel in Pier Park, is a high-tech interactive game that allows riders to view the city from previously unseen vantage points with added special 4D effects.
The company describes it as a “fast-paced aerial journey (that) takes riders over famous Chicago landmarks including Navy Pier and its iconic Centennial Wheel, the Chicago River, Grant Park and Soldier Field as they soar through magnificent man-made skyscraper canyons with many other iconic structures.”
“Virtual Rush: Chicago is a thrilling blend of artistic content and cutting-edge technology that creates a truly memorable ‘wow’ for guests at Navy Pier,” said Raj Deshpande, President and CEO of Pulseworks. “We offer Chicago residents and guests a whole new way to experience this wonderful city.”