William McMaster, Head of VR at Visualise, will be joining us on the 30th and 31st of March in Copenhagen for the second edition of the Content | Campus. William will be talking about the work that goes into building an incredible and impactful VR experiences and the key things brands should be thinking about to get their approach right on mark.
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Quick introduction to yourself and the work you do at Visualise
How many people are part of the Visualise team and what is the main focus of your organisation?
What work goes into building an incredible and impactful VR Experience?
What should brands and destinations consider to get their approach right on the mark?
What advice would you give destinations that want to get started with tapping into the power of VR experiences?
What approach should destinations take when distributing VR experiences?
What are some stand out VR Examples and what makes them special?
What are some of the results of these VR Experiences?
Why should DMOs not miss your talk at the Content | Campus?
What are you looking forward to the most at the Content | Campus?
Join the VR Storytelling Workshop to learn about achieving really impactful storytelling with virtual reality. You'll be able to work in teams and explore different approaches to VR, looking through case studies, adopting a structured method of design-led thinking and putting concepts onto storyboards.
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