VR and 360 Video

Immerse and engage your audience

Using our cutting edge technology, we create striking 360 environments that truly immerse your guests.

Virtual reality (VR) is an extremely powerful marketing and communications tool. It has changed the way consumers make travel decisions. Our bespoke technology and film production expertise takes your potential guests on virtual journeys in a completely immersive way, allowing them to be transported right to the heart of your property, sampling authentic moments, unique experiences and creating a sense of place.

Our dedicated multi award winning production team has developed the ultimate platform to increase DIRECT BOOKINGS and beat the OTA's. Our "REAL VR" platform combines 4K & 6K high-end 360 cinematography with smart software to ensure guests book direct by providing them with rate parity, hotel exclusive incentives and a BOOK NOW facility that connects to your booking engine.

All our virtual reality packages are compatible with VR headsets as well as tablet, smartphone, desktops and social media channels. 

We understand the importance of MICE sales, our dedicated VR/360 MICE package is helping our global clients sell and market their event space like no other medium. 
 
Our VR clients include Marriott International, The Leading Hotels of the World, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and MGM Resorts International.
 
To increase your room bookings and MICE revenue contact us at: vr@vipworldwide.tv

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Begin your journey

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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