Two-player deluxe set with LCD screens, heads-up displays, audio-video indicators, and pre-programmed games
Step into laser tag gaming with this head's up display and tagger set. Display gives you audio and visual confirmation of being tagged and when you've tagged someone else. Know when an enemy is in the area and when you have your target locked. Features more than eleven pre-programmed games, LCD screen, advanced daytime IR quality, easy team-play programming, two HUD's and two laser taggers in each set.
Laser tag, a captivating and immersive recreational activity, emerged as a result of technological advancements in the late 1970s. Developed as a response to the rising interest in video games and science fiction themes, the concept of laser tag was brought to life by George A. Carter III in 1977, who envisioned a live-action game where players could interact in simulated combat using infrared-emitting devices and sensors. The first commercial laser tag system, known as "Photon," was introduced in 1984, offering players the thrill of real-time competition in specially designed arenas. This innovation gained immense popularity throughout the 1980s and 1990s, eventually leading to the development of portable home systems and the integration of advanced technology such as LED vests and interactive sound effects. As laser tag continues to evolve, it remains a beloved form of entertainment, captivating players of all ages with its fusion of technology and physical activity.