It's the 30th anniversary of Batman and to celebrate the Batman himself, it's the Batman experience for you too can become Batman.
I'm going to give it a try.
What's a Batman without a suit here?
We got a ton of suits from all of the movies.
We've got these two from the Tim Burton movies.
You take a look at the podiums here is to let you know that Michael Keaton, they made him look huge by maybe using Apple boxes and things like that.
Take a look at the shoes here.
They're provided by Nike.
That's right Batman.
He likes the Nike, Mr. breezier.
The size of this costume is enormous honor for sneakers, obviously a big guy at the time big guy.
Now the width of this is just huge.
I'm sure Schwarzenegger was working out just by wearing the suit.
And that's that's what there was costume as poison ivy.
Can we have this in the office?
We've got the Batmobile from the Tim Burton movies.
I think this is not come across in video.
This thing is absolutely enormous.
It's just super long, super wide.
One of the weird things about the Batmobile at least as far as I know the trivia Yeah, Batman wants to drive in this thing he couldn't do with the full mask.
Apparently the roof is too low for a full Batman with ears, so they had to take off the mask.
Also Batman Returns.
And also movies have a lot of bad guys lots of villains lots of characters, Batman Returns had tons of characters including Catwoman, played by Michelle Pfeiffer at the time of 1992 You got the whip, the cowl, and the cowl looks really, really worn, and really tiny shoes.
She's got tiny feet, I didn't know that.
No, no way.
Okay, I'm gonna say it once, everybody freeze.
Before he was the governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger was a film star.
And he was Mr. Freeze in Batman and Robin all of these words together sound nuts right but this is some of the props from the movie.
Man, he really needed to the scenery with that one.
This pains my heart We stand before Perhaps that may have been held by Jim Kerry, one of the worst wrestlers in the history of wrestlers.
I'm sorry, Mr. Kerry.
I think you're excellent at what you do, but I don't know what the heck they were going for here just kinda like Joker light, a little bit kooky than normal.
This part can be fun, indoor skydiving with the BR elements apparently, and get a bad suit on.
I'm gonna have a VR glasses and I'm gonna be falling through the air while seeing 80 years of Batman history.
So let's see how it goes.
I would say that it just feels different than a regular sky diving.
We'll see what the VR thing with the hard part is keeping your head up because you want to look around a Gotham City.
It's actually pretty cool, right?
Looking down, you start moving that you're awesome to hold you there, but try to keep my head up and take a look around.
It was really immersive you felt like you're falling much further now.
You see the actual video I was kinda like **** floating about four inches off the surface because I don't.
So today I got to be Batman.
I'm gonna say that I'm not as good as Bruce Wayne or even **** Grayson as being a Batman.
I think I'm gonna leave it to the pros.
You stay being Batman, I'll stay being Iyaz Akhtar for CNET.com.
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