Will virtual reality replace travel?
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    Will virtual reality replace travel?

    Until recently, talk about virtual reality seemed like something out of the realm of science fiction. But the world of virtual reality is indeed real, and it is created with a combination of software and hardware devices that function together and create a VR space in which you can freely move and perform various actions.  For quality full immersion in fact not much is needed: the main character of the process, namely the user, the console or computer and a special headset. The basis of virtual reality is undoubtedly the glasses, the purpose of which is to create a new dimension. The screen of such a device has no blind spots, and so you can see everything as in reality around you. A high-quality 360-degree picture provides the opportunity to fully enjoy every spatial point with the movement of the head and eyes.  Modern technology used in the travel and tourism sector is constantly improving and growing, ranging from a simple TV with Wi-Fi to a smart assistant that can perform a number of auxiliary functions.  Virtual reality technology involves the use of VR-headset, with which there is an opportunity to plunge into a digital environment. Accompanying images and sounds put the user in new virtual worlds in which it is possible not only to move, but also to interact with the environment.  For this reason, many modern virtual reality applications are more focused on entertainment games and interaction, which marketers most often use in a variety of ways.  How can virtual reality be used in travel?
    • One of the most compelling examples of the use of VR in the travel industry is virtual tours of hotels and hotel rooms. The main advantage of such a unique feature is that travelers will be able to see not only the appearance of the hotel, but also view the available rooms offered before they arrive. 
    • Possibility of virtual booking is also becoming more popular process. For example, reservations can actually be made using a virtual reality headset, while exploring different hotel rooms, comparing them to each other and exploring the sights around them if necessary. 
    • Virtual reality technology can be used by hotels and travel agents to provide a virtual travel experience. This means that users will have the opportunity to visit some of the best sights, swim in the sea or climb mountains, thereby staying at home. 
    • For the world of travel and tourism, virtual reality provides an interesting opportunity both in marketing terms and for users to experience a new and unique experience. 



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