Latest 360 VR Experience: Swim with Gentle Giant in Tonga
Take yourself on the experience of a lifetime in an immersive 360 snorkel in the pristine pacific blue waters off the island of Ha’apa, Tonga.
Using VR as a Marketing Tool for Destinations
Studies show that VR plays an important role in the decision-making process, that before purchasing a product the viewer uses VR to evaluate a certain destination. The desire to visit the destination is higher after watching a 360º video. This is due to the simple fact that VR allows the viewer to have more realistic expectations of the destination.
A realistic perception of a place, its weather, landscape and interactions with nature and the general environment.
Through VR the viewer learns about the destination in a more interactive and faster way^.
VR also stimulates senses such as vision and hearing. Some studies confirm that the more sense that are engaged the more likely they are to engage a new customer.
The potential tourists are able to obtain a clearer perception of the destination.
Education and 360 VR
Studies show that VR in the classroom has a higher tendency to reach more of the students. Children that don’t have the strong reading skills of those generally found at the top of the class and finding the information presented in VR easy to ingest and retain.
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