Author Callum Sulsh

The 1st Future Tourism Experience

The first Future Tourism Experience event took place on the 17th April at Kempton Park Racecourse in the Premier Suite. The event was about the intersect between customer demand and supplier’s innovation. Attendees had the opportunity to get hands on, fully immersed in a variety of experiences on display. In addition to this was a

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From The VRUK Festival at Ravensbourne University

The VRUK festival was back for its second consecutive year and they followed the first year with another great show. There was something for everyone. Whether it was hands on workshops. Exhibitors giving you a chance to immerse yourself through experiencing their latest products. Or even some very thought provoking lectures. The lectures included a

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Virtual Reality Goes Live – Future Tourism Reports On Emerging Trends Just Seen At The Virtual Reality Show At London’s Business Design Centre.

In the changing world of tourism and leisure it seems certain that virtual reality technologies will play a major part in reshaping both the products on offer and how visitors experience them. We therefore made a visit to the virtual reality show in London to pick up on the latest trends, products and projects and

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The Void

We all have those certain fantasies that we would love to fulfil, no, I am not talking sexually. I am talking about that one character you have always wanted to be, ever since your childhood. For me when I was younger I was certain I was spider man and what do you know something has

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Space Descent VR

Alchemy VR is one of the leading virtual reality studios in the world they have built up a strong reputation and worked with some interesting partners collaborating on some very compelling concepts. They have a very strong background in producing, with members of their staff having a history of working for the prestigious Atlantic Productions.

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Motion Picture Technologies

In Croydon, London we recently came across an exciting young company called Sol VR Lounge. Sol VR Lounge is a business based around virtual reality products. This company highlights the advances in technology and the way in which moving image is experienced now. Over the past few years’ cinema experiences have evolved from merely just

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