Published on : Monday, September 28, 2020
Australia recently decided to launch a new immersive virtual experience with a new series of videos with 8D audio that will allow passionate travellers to explore the sights, sounds and textures unique to Australia and provide a virtual experience as close to experiencing the destination in person.
The novel technology has been adopted for the first time to enhance the virtual destination experience for viewers, and the videos have been themed by various colours to evoke a range of feelings and emotions while showcasing the visual diversity found in Australia. Viewers would experience the distinct sounds firsthand in a three-dimensional space with headphones on and will be able to visit iconic destinations like Uluru and the Sydney Opera House.
In addition with the help of the 360-degree videos, travellers can traverse through a plethora of stunning landscapes and experiences. One can experience snorkelling in the Great Barrier Reef in north Queensland through clear water off a secluded island, get up close to the 12 Apostles along Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Road and imagine they are flying overhead and exploring in a helicopter, or even watch the sunset over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House with the help of these videos.
The videos would also viewers to watch live-action and experience real-time travel to a next level. The large collection of experiences provided by the virtual getaways would allow travellers to explore Australia from the safety of their homes during the upcoming holiday season as well, and also give them much more to look forward to when they are ready to travel once again.