Let us present you a slightly different point of view. Virtual reality not only offers alternative forms of access to threatened locations, it does also recreate historical experiences and provide virtual access to remote locations you might not make it to otherwise.
The technology can allow potential tourists to “test” the experience of being in a destination without leaving home. This will especially help smaller and less well-known places, as travelers can observe what each destination has to offer.
Did you know that museums and other cultural institutions can profit from implementing VR as well? The technology has some unique traits - like, the ability to create a true first-person perspective. This could be a gmae changer when creating a new exhibit, which could place visitor up in the sky or below the undergrowth.
VR has also the ability to overcome physical constraints of even the smallest gallery, showing objects at their real scale.
Tell a story by blending the real and the virtual space. Drawn your visitors right into the experience by the addition of spatial audio or surround sound.
No more complains
VR s a priceless tool for scheduling trips, letting your customers actually see their destinations all over the world and compare them without ever leaving your office.
Virtual reality is fun, no matter if you're six or sixty. Win the hearts of your customers with a one simply device and it's huge possibilities. And yes, we're speaking from our experience.
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Everyone and their mobile devices loves Augmented Reality solutions. Apps are portable, lightweight and fully compatible with any OS. Interactive guides are the best!
The project’s objective was to attract more visitors to the museum and to present the history of the World War II to the younger generation in an innovative and engaging way, as well as to give them the opportunity to “get an impression” of what it was like back then.
The project was meant for the stand, where the museum’s visitors can put on VR glasses - and transfer themselves into climatic summer night scenery of Magura National Park. Their task here is to simply spot on several animals. As in real life, they have to literally look for them with their own eyes without scaring them away.