More advanced technology has freed laser tag from the confines of dark and cramped indoor arenas, and placed it alongside of what was previously the domain of paintball and airsoft.
In fact, laser tag resembles paintball but without any paintballs flying around.
This attribute makes the game very safe and ideal for younger would-be paintballers, as well as the not so brave. It also allows Mom and Dad to follow the action from amidst the heat of the battle (from where they can take awesome close-up
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Laser tag is a fun confidence boosting activity, which reinforces team interactions and skills.
Strangely enough, lasers are not used in laser tag, making it an eye safe activity. The original use of the term “laser” was purely a marketing term to make the game sound high tech. The light beam that is emitted from the tagger is in fact the same Infra Red LED generated beam found in TV remotes, completely harmless and invisible to the naked eye.
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