Option 1: Zero Footprint
Recommended for bars, clubs and areas with lots of foot traffic
The game console is securely mounted behind the TV on a mobile floor stand.
As an option, when the floor space needs to be reclaimed, instead of rolling the unit out the screen can be turned off or the station switched to demo ("dance") mode.
Alternatively, the console can be mounted behind the TV mounted on the wall
Operator commands like shutdown, free credit, demo mode etc. can be given via the built-in keypad, passcode protected.
Option 2: Monolith
Recommended for museums and venues that want to host the station in a large room or wide hallway
The console is a sturdy, locked large glass-metal unit with pulsating light
Users can pass through the portal anytime, but in order to be scanned and put into the arena to play the games they must purchase credits first.
A payment device of choice can be placed on the Kinetronix case ("Monolith") or on a bar table under or near the TV screen with the station.
Option 1: Credit card reader
Self payment via Square Terminal: buy one credit with credit card tap, insert or swipe. Quick setup wires all payments to the venue's bank (or Square) account. Price per play and discounts are configurable. Requires internet connection.
Option 2: Coin acceptor
Accepts play coins or real money, of type and in quantity chosen by the venue. No internet connection required.
Option 3: Custom payment systems
Contact us for details.
Option 4: Free-to-play
The system supports payless plays (e.g. for events). By simply walking up to the screen, the player generates credits that unlock the scanner.
The station is recommended to be installed indoors. It works in all lighting conditions, from fully bright to completely dark.
The system supports two modes: Near mode and Room mode.
In the Near Mode, players stand close to the TV, just 3-4' (1m) away. This mode uses a newer version of the 3D camera (Kinect Azure). This mode also works well with a smaller screen so it looks more like a traditional arcade station, while still allowing spectators to watch the game.
The Near mode is a recent addition; most of the images on the site are showing the Room mode.
A 9’ deep area in front of Kinetronix is utilized by players (6’ for single-player games).
For best use of space, we recommend mounting a large TV screen (55’+). The larger the screen, the more people gather around to watch the action.
Flexible purchase/rent/profit sharing options. Call or email to schedule demo at