ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Wildlife traveling along the tabletops, lights following footsteps, digital objects controlled by hand movements and bursts of color dancing on the floor and walls greet visitors to the newly created Electric Playhouse entertainment venue.
The West Side recreation spot the creators are calling an “interactive projection gaming complex” will officially open its doors to the public Feb. 1. It will feature two dining areas, a full bar with local beers and interactive gaming spaces.
CEO and founder John-Mark Collins, who has a background in hospitality, software engineering, and art, said the idea grew from his interest in making software more interactive.
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