Putting Virtual Reality to Work for You
There’s no shortage of talk about Virtual Reality (VR) at the moment. The quality is better, headsets are cheaper and for the first time this promising technology looks set to take off. From an events perspective, VR isn’t just interesting in terms of an experience you can offer your customers or clients. It is actually a tool that you can use to improve the event experience.
Virtual Reality can be used to bring your whole event to life in the venue you are considering, long before it actually happens, enabling you to think through your entire customer journey from the perspective of your guests. Build your stage, arrange your seating, create your entire set design and then use VR to walk through the space as if you are a participant.
To see this VR technology in action, visit Hawthorn at stand number C32E at the Event Production Show (http://www.eventproductionshow.co.uk) on 1-2 March at Olympia London.