From waiter robots to VR, the world’s coolest tech experiences

Time to return to the future (Image: Suamy Beydoun / AGIF / SIPA USA / Sandbox VR / Dawn Avarae Robot Cafe)

Time to return to the future (Image: Suamy Beydoun / AGIF / SIPA USA / Sandbox VR / Dawn Avarae Robot Cafe)

After being locked in our apartments and houses for two years, it’s time for us to get out and explore the world.

Whether you’re jetting off to the US, heading to France or exploring the Alps in the summer, we know the best pit stops that can offer you maximum entertainment.

From robot restaurants to virtual reality, here are the world’s coolest tech experiences in 2022.

Augmented Reality Walk, Flims Laax, Switzerland

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Go for a walk (Image: Flims Laax)

Fancy a walk on the longest treetop walk in the world at a height of 28 meters and a portion of augmented reality? Fly to Zurich and take the shuttle to the Swiss ski resort of Flims Laax.

This unique experience along the Senda di Dragun, the Path of the Dragon, combines nature with the latest technology and allows guests equipped with a rented cardboard tablet or headphones to enhance their experience along the path.

This happens through stories about the formation of the Ruinaulta by the Flims landslide, insights into the local flora and fauna and the history of the people in the region.

If the thrill of walking through the treetops isn’t enough, a 250-foot spiral slide should satisfy your inner adrenaline junkie.

Buy adult tickets for £13 at Flims Laax.

Comic-Con Experience, Sao Paulo

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Get dressed (Image: Suamy Beydoun / AGIF / Sipa USA)

It’s time to dust off those cosplay costumes. With tickets to the mother of all San Diego comic conventions selling out, you could head to Brazil’s Comic Con Experience, the southern hemisphere’s answer to the big event in California.

With December’s four-day event previously featuring exclusives such as the debut of the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home and Wonder Woman 1984, as well as guest appearances from the likes of Ryan Reynolds and Jason Momoa, pop culture and sci-fi enthusiasts are guaranteed a chance to to enjoy movies, television, video games and of course comics.

From December 1st to 4th. Buy tickets from £43 at Comic Con Experience.

Robot Concierge, New York

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Don’t annoy the staff (Picture: Henna Hotel New York)

Would you like to be greeted by a five foot tall animatronic T-Rex upon arrival at your hotel? Henn na, which is leaving Japan for the first time and means ‘strange’ in Japanese, is an apt nickname for this quirky hotel.

While these geeky gaffs are famous for driving the robot hotel trend — with eerily lifelike animatronic receptionists handling basic functions like check-in and luggage storage — in NYC, real people handle front desk and other guest services.

In-room amenities include Toto’s techie toilets and LG’s revolutionary steamy clothes styler closets.

Stay at the Hennna Hotel New York from £135pn.

Stone by Stone, Madrid

Lego Fair in Madrid

Lego is not a sinking ship (Image: Brick By Brick)

90 years ago, colorful interlocking stones conquered the hearts of children and adults worldwide. Decades later, these stones are still among the world’s most popular pastimes.

For this reason, exhibitions around the world are dedicated to showcasing the spectacular creations of talented builders.

The Spanish Lego Expo and mobile event happens to be the largest exhibition of models built with Lego in Europe and will feature stunning models including a 1:25 scale replica of the Titanic, built with half a million parts, as well as Superheroes – and Star Wars inspired characters.

Starts November 3rd. Buy tickets from £9.30 at ES Madrid.

Virtual Escapades, London

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Step into another world (Image: Sandbox VR Virtual Escapades London)

If you like spending the day fully immersed in interactive virtual worlds roaming the Star Trek universe, dueling opponents in futuristic arenas, or trying to stay cool during a zombie apocalypse, Sandbox VR’s premier venue is in Great Britain (inside The Post Building, Museum Street , WC1) is well worth a visit.

Powered by motion-capture cameras, precision 3D full-body trackers, custom hardware, and suits with haptic feedback, up to six players not only see the action, but can touch and feel it as if they “live inside”. a game or a movie”.

The icing on the cake of this interactive cake is the robotic bartender IG-1, which can impressively serve up to 80 drinks per hour.

Starts at the end of July. Buy tickets from £27.50 at Sandbox VR.

Avengers gather, Paris

Jump right in (Image: Disneyland Paris Avengers Assemble)

Jump right in (Image: Disneyland Paris Avengers Assemble)

Disneyland Paris has undergone a massive and highly anticipated Marvel-themed makeover, allowing guests of all ages to meet up with their favorite Super Heroes and dive headfirst into the world of Marvel like never before.

Announced in audio-animatronic form by Iron Man himself, this Marvel-themed universe – or Avengers Campus to give it its official name – will feature live-action stunts, two highly technological and action-packed attractions, themed restaurants and interactive encounters with the mightiest of heroes of Earth, including Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, and Black Panther.

Opens on July 20th. Buy a ticket from £60 at Disneyland Paris.

Bot Bar, Tokyo

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No-smile service (Image: Dawn Avarae Robot Cafe)

Unlike Shinjuku’s brilliant Robot Restaurant, where humans disguised as robots put on a show, the Dawn Avatar Robot Café has actual humanoid robots serving as waiters. But these OriHime-D-Bots can do more than just serve food and drink.

They are controlled remotely by people who cannot leave the home due to disabilities, child care or other physical limitations, paving the way for a more inclusive future.

If the thought of a robot-run cafe doesn’t conjure up jittery thoughts of a dystopian android uprising, it’s worth a visit.

Make a reservation at the Dawn Avatar Robot Cafe.

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