Mobile arcade delivers virtual reality to parties, schools

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Michael Dale has made education, faith and entertainment available in a mobile package.The Norfolk businessman is the owner of VR Game Truck Nebraska, a mobile arcade that offers console games, as well as virtual reality learning and faith-based entertainment experiences.

Dale said the idea of operating a mobile arcade emerged as he was researching opportunities to run his own business.“I have a history degree, and I have always been interested in stories and story telling, so when I saw some of that in VR (virtual reality) and the potential of that, I wanted to do something,” Dale said. “So I’ve kind of taken a game truck and gone beyond the concept of gaming.”Dale said virtual reality provides a unique viewing experience as it allows someone who is stationary to view an environment in 360 degrees. The game truck has a large library of virtual options.The mobile arcade offers options for a variety of events, including parties, fundraisers, special functions and holidays. It also offers specialty options for education and faith-based organizations.

“With the Jesus VR I’ve done, it’s just a good time for fellowship,” Dale said.The game truck is 26 feet long and can …

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