Fantasy 360 Technologies $VRAR Lists With $5.5M In Historical Revenues And Expects Significant Orders For Its Virtual Reality "Theme Parks" In Containers
The Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality (VRAR) market is projected to hit $1.5 TRILLION (not a typo) by 2030. The applications will be enormous from military to e-commerce to ... GAMING and that's where Fantasy 360 Technologies $VRAR comes in.
F360 is building entire virtual reality worlds inside shipping containers that become unbelievable immersive theme parks. The company refers to it as a “theme park in a container” because of its modular and mobile container based system.
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If you can't imagine it, we don't blame you, that's why we've included a 60 second demo clip inside this interview ... or you can watch it right now ... to be blown away by the experience.
The container model enables entertainment center operators (those 50,000 - 100,000 square foot facilities full of games and restaurants) to offer immersive virtual reality entertainment experiences anywhere in the world.
More than just lip service, CEO Tim Bieber says they have received "overwhelming response" and expect significant orders in the very near future. And you can take that to the bank because $VRAR already has a track record of success in its first 4 years as a private company:
$5.5 Million In Revenues
Deployed 60+ Interactive Experiences Around The World
Clients Include - Intel, Capital One, Scotia Bank, Snickers and even the US Food & Drug Admininstration
If you haven't heard of $VRAR before it's probably because they just listed on the CSE in the first week of September, so this is your chance to discover a small cap virtual reality augmented reality almost from the get go.
Watch this amazing interview with CEO Tim Bieber ... and make sure to watch the 60 second demo clip either inside the interview or with the link provided above.