As most of you would know, TheGeekyBeng is also an owner of a very creative agency in Singapore dealing with Through-The-Line Creative works, Digital Marketing, Events Management and PR, known as ADD+ Creative.
ZERO LATENCY, Opening to public on 24th Nov 2017. Located at 3 Temasek Boulevard, #03-346/347, Singapore 038983
One of ADD+’s latest client is ZERO LATENCY, South-East Asia’s First Hyper-Immersive, Free-Roaming, Multi-Player Virtual Reality Gaming Platform that is opening its door to the public on 24th Nov 2017 (Friday) at 6pm sharp.
Tomorrow Entertainment, the company that brought BOUNCE to Singapore, launches a new era of lifestyle entertainment at Suntec City with Virtual Reality (VR) social gaming at Zero Latency Singapore, the irrefutable world-leader in location-based free-roaming VR entertainment that’s out of this world.
Massive plans have been announced to revolutionise VR gaming in Singapore by transforming 4,200 square feet of prime retail space at Suntec City (3 Temasek Boulevard, #03-346/347, Singapore 038983) into Zero Latency’s warehouse scale VR gaming zone.
5 Reasons why Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is an inferior Flagship product as compared to Sony’s super awesome Xperia Z2
Having been a Sony convert since the launch of Xperia Z, I must say that Sony launches/announcements have become something that I look forward to. In the short span of 12 months since the launch of Xperia Z, I have owned 04 major Flagships from Sony starting with Xperia Z > Xperia Tablet Z > Xperia Z Ultra > Xperia Z1 – and that’s just the devices, I have yet to touch on the accessories that goes along with them.
So it is no mystery that TheGeekyBeng is currently also Fanboy-ing over Sony’s latest announcement the Xperia Z2, the Xperia Tablet Z2 and Xperia M2 – the latest models succeeding those of Sony’s highly successful Xperia Z Family.
Sony Xperia Z2
Sony Xperia Tablet Z2
Sony Xperia M2
After gym yesterday, decided to go Vivocity Mall for some light shopping and took a detour to test out the new Marina Coastal Expressway.
Nice wide roads, very welcoming and the speed limit at 80KM *which meants 89KM for me* was a gesture that my “right foot” cannot resist – since I took KPE (Kallang-PayaLebar Expressway) a lot and I always get tired of driving at 79KM/hr.
Most impressive with the scenic exit that we have at the western end of the MCE.
VIDEO SHOT ENTIRELY on the super awesome Nokia Lumia 1520.