At SenseVirtual we continue to get inspired by the incredible Virtual Reality experiences being created around the globe.
These are a few of our favourite Virtual Reality experiences from this week.
Mission:ISS VR is a Virtual Reality experience that gives users the opportunity to feel like that are actually in Low Earth Orbit. You can dock an incoming spacecraft, go out on spacewalks and even perform mission-critical tasks like a real crew member. this true-to-life simulation lets you explore space and experience the sensation of microgravity in Virtual Reality.
We are seeing international Alcohol brands use Virtual Reality to create incredible marketing activations and VR experience such as the one at Peroni’s newest pop-up in Soho. This VR experience gives everyone the chance to test their Art skills in Virtual Reality as part of their “Master of Mixology” & “Master of Taste” activations.
In the world of Sport, Virtual Reality remains the best medium to give fans a highly immersive experience. O2 has announced a series of brand new Virtual Reality experiences available in its stores, from getting up close to the England Rugby team or exploring the O2 Academy.
The British Museum has created a way for museum-goers to interact with ancient objects in Virtual Reality. Two Million Years of History And Humanity allows users to view and compare 48 objects from the British Museum’s vast collection of artefacts. It is even possible to reach out and pick up objects such as the Mesopotamian Flood Tablet, or a two-million-year old stone chopping tool which is the oldest item in the British Museum collection.
Feel free to drop us a mail if your company would like to explore this exciting and immersive new medium of Virtual Reality.