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Perillo Tours, working with the media marketing spin-off Perillo TravelVR, plans to launch a travel agent marketing campaign at the end of July that will include sending virtual reality headsets to thousands of travel agents to enable them to view the first of the company’s new 360-degree virtual reality videos.
Whether it’s in a Facebook newsfeed or on a trade show floor, 360-degree videos have been increasing in numbers over the past two years. Tourism boards and convention bureaus see potential in these videos, but are still learning how to best present them to travelers. Since YouTube and Facebook began letting users upload 360-degree videos [...]
Tourism is one of the sectors where virtual reality and 360° video are enjoying a meteoric rise. Several companies are already using these new technologies to show clients new destinations and services, and thus increase their sales, while for others, it is a way to give loyal travellers an enhanced experience.
VisitScotland is the latest company to experiment with VR technology. Created to celebrate the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design 2016, its new ScotlandVR app offers users a 360-degree tour of the country’s most famous landmarks.