Using the lure of nostalgia to aid in event documentation, Booth 4’s booths boast the classic metal frame and panel construction of '70s photo booths as well as thoroughly modern internal technology. The booth’s digital cameras are capable of churning out unlimited prints over the course of rentals, and it comes stocked with an array of hats, masks, and other props to keep the booth-bound photo shoots interesting.
Where most people view the humble VHS tape as a relic of a bygone era, the experts at Audio Video Workshop see it as an endangered species worthy of preservation. With that in mind, they usher spools of easily erased magnetic tape into the digital age without damaging the precious master copies. This professionalism doesn't come by chance; every staff member has a bachelor's degree in broadcast and electronic communication arts ranging from radio and TV to film production, making them a formidable team in the biz. Together they transfer home movies onto DVD, with high-def and Blu-ray options available that project images with pristine quality. Using the Sniper-HD Pro Telecine Scanning system, they can transfer 8mm, Super8, and 16mm film to DVD or Blu-ray. They can also convert various forms of media into digital files for Macs or PCs, letting customers store their nostalgia on a hard drive instead of in their brains, which often fall victim to age and viruses that replace memories with cat videos.
Sometimes all a kid wants is to fly through the air on their birthday. So Kidzz Star Jumpers helps parents make their children's dreams come true with colorful bounce house rentals. Red, yellow, and blue inflatables are adorned with Spiderman, Mickey Mouse, and other iconic characters, and feature two mesh windows in the front to help parents keep an eye on their youngsters while they play. And the party company rents out more than just bounce houses. Their concession machines, for example, pop popcorn, churn out sno cones, and whip up cotton candy. Meanwhile, their dunk tanks offer a refreshing respite from summer barbecues or tiki parties with too many torches.
GoKart Racer safely curbs the need for speed with its fleet of Sodi RX 7 European racing karts, which come equipped with hydraulic brakes, a four-point racing harness, and a 9-horsepower Honda engine that can reach up to 35 miles per hour. The speedsters weave through each facility's indoor European-style road courses, including the 3/8-mile SuperTrack, which has more than 20 turns, an elevation change, and the occasional hotshot, road-jumping frog.
Before the green flag waves, the staff members equip racers with a racing suit, a helmet, and a brief rundown of the kart's abilities and dietary regulations. They tailor races to different age groups by offering kids? karts, a driving school for minors, and racing leagues for experienced drivers, and they augment traditional racing with a laser maze. The facility also welcomely opens its doors for birthday parties and other events.
Before defying late-eighties PSAs by playing with fire, students will undergo a comprehensive introductory lesson in fire theory to boost confidence and comfort while whetting a Helios-inspired appetite. Prospective fire-eaters will learn the most important safety measures and techniques. By the end of this course, students receive their distinguished extinguished diploma upon consumption of their first scorching torch.