Wed Oct 24 2012
Time Out says
Posted: Fri Oct 1 2010
Interactive games such as driving simulators based around the Nissan Leaf, the world's first, mass-market, 100 per cent electric family car.
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Had fun at this interactive show, good use of fun AR/PS3 and interactive screens. Unfortunately, no emails were received for all the interactive screens that would have sent the photo of your efforts. Mind wonders whether entering the various competitions were worth it. The only email I did receive is the Thrill Drive competition. So if anything try the screen next to the Nissan Leaf.
Was greeted upon entry and told that there was already too many people inside and were told to come back in 20-25mins. When we returned We were told the same thing again even though people were pooring out. Didn't get to go inside.
An interactive brand experience... Play with a field of light and sound, leave your opinion on a video wall for all to see, discover more about Nissan's innovations through quizzes and games, drive a fun simulator, race a gtr game, look at the new electric car from Nissan and even book a driving experience in it departing from the centre itself. If you are at the O2 it is definitely worth popping in!
So that people understand what this is - It is Nissan's historic built stand from (the Geneva? / a) motor show - which after having been finished with it in its original situation - has been placed just outside the O2 and left to be trashed by children. Mildly interesting for adults - to see an electric production car - Strangely entertaining for a three year old. Glad I went on a very rainy day when the big tent was waterproof and great trip back to town on the Thames Clipper. Free because no-one in their right mind would pay entry for an old / used corporate sales / marketing installation (Discuss?)