To maximize your fun at The Eureka Room, only view the spoilers which you really must know.
No. You do not have to wear, hold, or learn any kind of technology.
Each visit to The Eureka Room consists of multiple experiences which last 10-20 minutes each.
Some of them you just sit back and relax and watch the colors and listen to the sounds.
Some of them are similar to games.
Some of them are absurd videos that invite you to do things like point, yell, and high five for unclear reasons.
That last kind is the best kind.
Words that have been used to describe the room include “absurd”, “lighthearted”, “playful”, “weird”, “interactive”, "exciting", "joyful", "high energy", and probably most often, “fun”.
Mostly it means shouting, pointing at things, and high fiving people based on instructions from the program.
The Eureka Room is built around the idea of participation. It just doesn’t work if you don’t participate.
If you or the people you are thinking about visiting with do not like participation (especially of the playful variety), please please please do not visit. You will hate it.
No. It’s not like that. Ick.
If you buy a private group ticket, then it's just you and the group you bring.
For smaller groups I sell mixed group tickets, which means I combine your group with others until we get about 5-6 people. I think the mixed group is way more fun because you get to meet other people who are interested in things like The Eureka Room.
How about this one?
No. That’s not even a real thing.