VR Tourism News
January 31st, 2021

The Only VR Newsletter for the Travel Industry

What will museums look like “post covid”? 

A Peek into the Future of the Museum in 2021  Aam-us.org
There’s no way around it: the COVID pandemic has hit the museum industry hard. But museums are a resilient bunch and many of them have come up with novel ways to keep serving up history, culture, and education. How? They’ve gone online. But what happens to all the virtual tours, online exhibitions, and internet-based collections after COVID-19? 
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How does tourism keep up with the new tech-savvy traveler?

Travel Tech Trends In A Post COVID-19 World   techbullion.com
As if the world wasn’t already hurtling towards ever-more futuristic technology at a startling rate, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about an unprecedented need for swift change. To stay relevant and accessible, it has been more important than ever for businesses within the travel industry to keep up with the latest technology trends. 
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If you thought the cruise companies were taking a nap.

4 futuristic ideas Royal Caribbean has for cruise ships
royalcaribbeanblog.com
Technology innovates constantly, and Royal Caribbean has never been one to shy away from leveraging new advances to improve the guest experience. Recently, the cruise line rolled out a virtual muster drill that not only solves a social distancing problem, but also addresses a negative guest experience that has been an issue for decades.
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For the novice, VR can look overwhelming. Here’s an easy start.

Want to Try VR? These Are the 7 Accessories You’ll Need to Get Started   Rollingstone
Virtual reality is finally ready to go mainstream, and you only need a few pieces of gear to get started. Virtual Reality has gone from Sci-Fi technology to actually possible in the past couple of years, and there’s never been a better time to give it a try. 
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It's time for Apple to get fully into VR and Google to take another stab at it. 

A recipe for Apple VR headset success 
Nearly every major player in tech has been dreaming of smart-glasses over the past few years. From Amazon's Echo Frames to Facebook's plans for augmented reality, to Microsoft's HoloLens and the ongoing reports of Apple's AR plans --there's a lot that seems to be cooking. But in the short term, the road to magical Tony Stark glasses is more likely to be through VR. 
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