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360* tour of Eco Estrela project at the pre-construction stage
03Nov

How VR helps megaprojects find investors

In this article you will find out:

  • That perfect location is not enough to attract crowds to your destination
  • How to stand out from the competition
  • How to experience the raw beauty of Brazilian coast anywhere you are
  • What can be done next
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The Knickerbocker VR
03Aug

Hotels Invest in New Technology: The Case of Luxury Suites

In this article you will find out how:

  • New York hotels are struggling to fights against existing competition and new players on the market
  • Virtual Reality is being used to sell penthouses and luxury suites in NYC top hotels
  • New technology’s ROI is particularly attractive for luxury hotels
  • Hotels worldwide are adopting innovative ways to reach their clientele
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27Feb

Why Hospitality Industry should invest in VR

5 reasons why hospitality industry should invest in VR

Advertising in the Hospitality industry is becoming ever more competitive, and trying to capture your customers’ eye can be a real challenge.  With every resort in the world available with just a few keystrokes, how can you set yourself apart and convince visitors to your site that you’re the place they want to spend their precious vacation time?  The virtual reality is the next development in the field of experiential marketing, a tool that can go beyond mere advertising and transport your customers to the vacation destination of their dreams.

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Forbes
02Nov

Forbes – The Future Of Virtual Reality Video Has Arrived

Article Link: http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevenrosenbaum/2015/11/02/the-future-of-virtual-reality-video-has-arrived/#47b5e7145105

As the organizer of the NY Video Meetup for the past five years, I get to see a lot of company pitches. There are some that fit into trends, some that seem a bit crazy, and every now and then a few that clearly give you a glimpse into where video is going.

This week one trend became extraordinarily clear. There is a movement in the video space from old, flat 2D video to the fast-arriving world of 360 video, known within the industry as VR video.

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