Two months from today, the Virtual Reality Experience Center will be opening its doors at Strijp-S in Eindhoven. Covering a surface area of three thousand square metres on the seventh floor of the Veem Building, Enversed proclaims that this will instantly make its VR centre the biggest in Europe. The Eindhoven-based start-up will open the Enversed Center to the public during the Dutch Design Week.

The new centre will feature unique VR games, escape rooms and separate areas intended specifically to facilitate team building, workshops and corporate training. The Enversed production team aims to cater to the recreational as well as the corporate market. The new centre offers enough space to allow up to one hundred users to discover the infinite world of virtual reality at the same time.


Enversed developed the hardware for the VR centre together with its partner MSI, the world leader in the field of super fast computer games. The two companies are among the most innovative pioneers in the field of VR and hope that their joint initiative will offer future users an incomparable experience. Enversed Virtual Reality Centers focuses on visitors who are looking for a unique opportunity to escape from their routine lives through boundary-pushing VR experiences.

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