First Digital Playground in the Philippines
A virtual reality game zone, or Playlab in Cebu has opened last December, and it’s a first in the Philippines. This futuristic state-of-the-art facility is under the project of Robinsons Land Corp, and is located at The Greens, Level 1 at Robinsons Galleria in Cebu!
Like the usual things we do in an actual playground – here at Playlab – everything also involves physical and mental activities.
This sci-fi place contains attractions such as the Sandbox which enhances the kids on getting to know more about Geography. Depending on the height of the structure you’re building, the sensors will I.D. it as mountains, land, or sea. This one is basically a modern version of playing sandcastle.
You can also check out the Growth Chart This contains a state-of-the-art sensor that can accurately measure your height with the results being delivered by a friendly virtual character. The exciting part? You can actually transform into one of them, too!
For the artsy ones, head over to the Butterfly Garden section. It features a huge touchscreen art table where you can design butterflies. Aside from designing, you can choose your color combo then you can touch the button and watch your designed butterfly fly around the room.
Now for the musically-inclined kids, there is The Music Wall where you can make a hit song using interactive strings and percussion.
Not only that, Playlab is also considered to be an educative playground as kids can have the chance to build their own rocketship, piece together basic shapes to form a ship, and even have a chance to be a superhero by protecting sea creatures from toxic trash through their Save The Reef game.
To know a lot more about the first interactive digital playground, visit their Facebook account at /PlayLabPH/
Address: The Greens, Level 1, Robinsons Galleria, Cebu, Cebu City
Mon-Fri : P200/head for 2 hours (+P100 for every succeeding hour or a fraction thereof)
Sat-Sun: P250/head for 2 hours (+P100 for every succeeding hour or a fraction thereof)
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