Photos and videos that remind them of their trip and your property’s offerings can be valuable. Even better: a 360-degree video or virtual reality experience that can be shared on social media or via email.
The closer you can get the viewer to feeling like they’ve been to your property, the more likely they will want to experience the real thing.
What are the challenges brands face when crafting stories in virtual reality? We explore the common pitfalls and how they can be avoided.
YouVisit Studios Senior Director PJ Morreale recounts his trip to Vienna to attend IVRPA, where he spoke on a panel titled ‘Follow the Money: Monetizing Virtual Reality Today and in the Future.’
The virtual campus tour we created for the University of Virginia (UVA) is unique, because our client wasn’t the school administration — it was a student group.
What every brand should be on the lookout for when introducing VR into their marketing strategy.