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Virtual Reality in Travel

Virtual Reality in Travel

Virtual Reality as the next Travel destination

The Travel Industry has been more keen to capitalize on Virtual Reality than any other. With the amazing feature of 360 videos to view on cardboards your business can really exploit the phenomenon of virtual reality and 360 experiences to transport your clients to the closest and more realistic visits without leaving your office.

It’s not only Travel agencies who can take advantage of this tool, an airlines can use it to demonstrate an aircraft cabin, select one’s seat before booking, demonstrate their Business Lounges, the hotels are able to show any types of rooms, views and amenities. Even if you are the destination attract more tourists by showing the monuments, natural wonders, even restaurants and theatres!

One of the concerns people have about travel is that they never really know what they're going to get before they arrive. Sure, they can rely on reviews through trusted sources, but that doesn't always paint the full picture.

We've all heard the nasty story about vacation and villa rentals gone wrong. However, that's all about to change with the introduction of virtual reality into the travel segment. When prospective tourists can tour, not only the interior spaces, but also the exteriors and surroundings, in full virtual reality, little is left to chance.

These are some of the companies who are already taking advantage of Virtual Reality:

Travel Week
British Airways
Thomas cook
All Trips

If you've seen any more travel related VR projects, let us know. Leave a comment below!