CyberStorm CyberPods were concept vehicles for a new branch of the laser tag industry. Imagine laser tag and bumper cars together!
These two-seater vehicles were designed to have both a driver and a gunner. The driver would steer the vehicle and control the forward mounted laser cannon that was mounted over the canopy while the passenger operated a movable laser tag gun that could be aimed in various directios.
There were a total of 10 of these concept vehicles ever made for the remarkable sum of over $1 million USD back in 1997 utilizing laser tag equipment from Pulsar Laser Systems located in the United Kingdom. Sadly, these 2 cars were found on eBay for the princely sum of $5000.00 per car. But, after some long negotiations, the Laser Tag Museum was able to acquire these vehicles for the combined amount of $2,000.00. The museum was able to purchase these cars with a portion of the funds generated by the Laser Tag Convention.
The Laser Tag Museum would like to thank Emile Arabo for storing these extremely rare CyberStorm Cyberpods for nearly 20 years. They will be placed on display after they have been refurbished for the more than 100,000+ visitors to appreciate their story and how they contributed to the laser tag industry,