We live in exciting times when technology is like a window to the world. When we were introduced to the internet, we tipped off the dominoes to an era of globalization. A world where everyone is connected and you can explore every corner of the globe from the comfort Read more..
Virtual reality has already begun to make big waves in the marketing industry, and arguably the best case would be in the realm of hospitality. Airlines, tour agencies and hotels have been experimenting with the new medium to see what they can do to attract, engage and keep customers. Read more..
The future seems to be virtual, as more and more virtual reality technologies are being implemented in different industries. 360Stories previously discussed how VR is transforming journalism, and how writers are now becoming more like UX designers. Because of VR tech, journalists now have to structure an Read more..
Tech gurus everywhere will get into a debate of just how influential AR and VR will be in the years to come. As mentioned in my previous article on the use of AR in Museums, there will always be those who see the technology as a threat rather Read more..
At 360Stories, we feel that understanding travelers is vital for deciding the direction of our company. We strive to not only follow trends, but to learn what motivates and inspires those who travel, then transform the way they experience a destination.
We feel that following and understanding trends is Read more..
In the past, we’ve talked about the advantages to immersive storyliving, and how VR technology is making it possible. We’ve delved into the opportunities storyliving provides for journalism. The reality is, the opportunities for tapping into immersive storyliving are endless. It can be used in all kinds of Read more..
In a previous post we discussed the strength of storyliving and the effect it can have on marketing, but if you take the topic in a more broad sense, you will come to understand that much of today’s marketing is done via peers sharing their experiences. Millennials are Read more..
We know that Millennials are traveling (a lot) and that they aren’t necessarily being thrifty about it either, because they spend (a lot). A survey conducted by Expedia found that millennials travel for leisure more than any other generational group. They understand what makes a good travel experience, Read more..
Maybe you’re on the hunt for tangy tamarind juice from the terraces of Stone Town, or looking to sip some golden Tokaji aszú wine (“wine of Kings”) in the Tokaj, Hungary, or maybe you want to let your taste buds experience the diverse flavors of cheese from Switzerland’s Alpine Read more..