Welcome To CASINOVAC(tm)!
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The abacus. The slide ruler. The clock. The protractor. The Pascaline. The Hollerith desk. The Mark I. The Colossus. The ENIAC. The UNIVAC. The Apple. The TRS-80. The Altair 8800. The Commodore 64. The Macintosh. The PC. The Palm, Newton, Blackberry & iPhone.
VegasTripping is proud to announce our contribution to this long illustrious line of computing devices built to expedite decision making, ease work flow and make life easier.
Welcome to CASINOVAC™!
CASINOVAC™ is the first intelligent* robotcomputer ever specifically built to help Las Vegas tourists choose a hotel based on their likes and dislikes. Our patented (and unbelievably complex) algorithm uses advanced calculus, physics and hither-to-unheard of artificial artificial intelligence (that's not a typo) to provide users with a listing of Las Vegas hotel/casino resorts which are guaranteed** to satisfy your every need. Coupled with the amazing room rate comparison engine provide by Kayak.com, preparing for a Las Vegas trip has never been easier.
So, without further adieu, we open the doors of the VegasTripping secret laboratory and invite you to experience the wonder filled world of CASINOVAC™ - The Worlds Only Intelligent* Las Vegas Casino Finder.
- Only Firefox, Safari and IE7+ are supported
- Disagreeing with CASINOVAC™ results proves its superior intelligence
- Thanks to RateVegas & CanadianCrapShooter for alpha testing
- Thanks to Vespajet for the EWIP schtick
- Caution: CASINOVAC™ might explode at any minute
* results may vary
** guarantee redeemable by phoning hotel operator, dial '0'.
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