This following video should help you get here to Unit #28 once you arrive at the Shops at Aura located at 384 Yonge St:
If your reservation is before 6 pm,
Unit Park Garage – 25 Grosvenor St (between Yonge St-Bay St)
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1 1/2 hours-$4
3 hours – $6
Max – 6pm – $15
If your reservation is after 6 pm,
IMPARK 40 Gerrard Street Lot #192
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Flat fee (in between 6:00 pm to 4:00 am): $5 only
Check out our booking page for all of our pricing details.
Booking is very easy! All bookings at Levelup Reality are done in advance through our online booking system (here), using the following steps:
All bookings are done through our website. As a result, we can only accept credit card, debit card, and Paypal transactions for bookings. Levelup Reality is equipped with a number of computers at our location with internet access in the event you were not able to pre-book, brought an extra person, or need to sign the Terms and Conditions document for your child.
We recommend (especially for your first visit) that you arrive at least fifteen (15) minutes in advance of your booking, to review the setup process and even watch other customers in-action!
Yes! Please sign our waiver prior to arrival to save time. The link is here: https://waiver.fr/p-YdXgC.
Book a one-hour session and bring a friend to make it a 2-for-1 session! For the same price as a 1-hour booking, you can split the time (and cost) with a friend to enable both of you to test out the VR system for a shorter duration.
No problem! Cancellations can be done by emailing us. The following schedule summarizes our cancellation/refund policy:
If you cancel:
All members must abide by the following rules:
If your prescription is less than -3.00 and you can see more than 3 inches away very clearly, you don’t have to wear glasses while playing in virtual reality. If your prescription is more than -3.00 and you can’t see very clearly without glasses, you should wear contacts.
However, if you can’t do either, we can try to fit your glasses into the headset and make the experience as comfortable as possible. If you have large frame glasses (height of more than 1.5 inches), then you’ll need contacts.
Lastly, the HTC Vive head-mounted display (HMD) features slots to allow the average pair of eyewear to fit inside while using the system. The Vive also features adjustment knobs to configure the focus for each eye independently, and a separate adjustment knob to match the screen separation to that of your eyes.
Each station can accommodate one (1) person operating a VR system at a time. However, if you have booked a one-hour session or longer, you will be able to share the space (and time) for the duration of your booking!
As many as 3 individuals can share a station but remember, if you are sharing a station you are also sharing one VR device, limiting your group from enjoying multiplayer experiences together.
Absolutely. Certain software titles will enable you to join your friends in the game. You will be able to communicate with them through the built-in headset microphone, and see your friends’ actions performed by their avatars!
From first person shooters to puzzle and strategy games, we have VR experiences for all tastes. Whether it’s playing table tennis and soccer, visiting Mars or exploring a museum, all of our titles are available in your session so you can feel free to jump in and out of experiences as you please.
Yes! Players with in-ear headphones may have a better experience with less weight on their head as well as more ear breathability.
We provide a storage container under the designated seating area for each VR terminal, at no additional cost.
Virtual Reality is an immersive and stimulating experience and although age recommendations vary from one VR headset to another, we advise users to be at least 8 years of age. All of our guests under the age of 12 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult while any guest under the age of 18 must have an age of majority guardian who will need to sign a waiver on their behalf.
Highly unlikely. Thanks, mostly, to HTC’s incredible Chaperone system, you will have a very good sense of where you are located in real space while playing the VR content. Should you approach any walls, other people, chairs, etc. in the VR station, the Chaperone system will project a blue hologram of that obstacle inside the game. Yes – this sounds like science fiction, but we ensure you it is now science fact.
The optimal VR experience requires users to move their head and neck, and have use of at least one hand to interact with the environment. At Levelup Reality, we can accommodate most skill, mobility and cognitive levels for a range of guests.
Be sure to consult your doctor before visiting Levelup Reality if you have pre-existing medical conditions (such as a heart ailment), conditions that affect your ability to safely perform physical activities, psychiatric conditions (such as anxiety disorders or post-traumatic stress disorder), or if you are pregnant or elderly.
You should avoid visiting Levelup Reality if you are sick, fatigued, under the influence of intoxicants/drugs, or are not feeling generally well, as it may exacerbate your condition.
As with any motion-related entertainment, some people may be susceptible to unexpected side-effects during the VR session.
Should you feel uneasy at any point, we ask that you stop the VR session and inform a Levelup Reality staff member promptly.