The Science of Visual Marketing

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This month we’ve had 2 photo shoots with clients, a drone video, and a thought leadership video… all to customize our clients’ sites and content. Every time we swap out stock footage and video on customers’ sites and replace it … Read More

Ministers outline plan for disabled people’s air travel

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BBC News – 4th April 2018 New measures to improve air travel for disabled passengers are being considered by the government. They could include a limit on the time passengers wait for assistance boarding and disembarking, and quicker reunions with … Read More

Dundee United release first accessible virtual tour

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A new accessible virtual reality tour, the first of its kind in the UK, will allow Dundee United supporters to experience Tannadice Park like never before. The move puts Tannadice Park on the map as an accessible destination and is … Read More

HERALD SCOTLAND: Dundee Virtual Reality specialists raise awareness of accessibility issues

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MARK WILLIAMSON, HERALD SCOTLAND     WITH the football season in full in full swing a virtual reality pioneer is helping a prominent Scottish club highlight the accessibility of its renowned stadium. Name: Richard Meiklejohn. Age: 38. What is your … Read More

A Dolphin trip for everyone

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Posted by posabilitymagazine | Jan 31, 2018 | Accessible Travel, Days Out, Disability, Main, Scotland, Slider | Dolphin Spirit operates from Inverness Marina in the heart of the Highlands and carry a 5-star wildlife attraction status from Visit Scotland. The … Read More

Eurosport to offer VR Winter Olympics coverage

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Written by Andrew McDonald : Eurosport, PyeongChang, virtual reality, VR, Winter Olympics Eurosport is due to make more than 50 hours of live Virtual Reality (VR) coverage of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics available through a dedicated app.   The Winter Olympics … Read More

Travel industry still failing to meet needs of disabled holidaymakers is unacceptable

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Posted by posabilitymagazine | Jan 26, 2018 | Accessible Travel, Charity, Disability, Disability News, Main, Media, Charity responds to BBC One’s ‘Rip Off Britain’ as evidence travel industry needs to take disabled consumers more seriously. National respite holiday charity Revitalise … Read More

Deaf mum sues Little Mix promoter in sign language row

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By Clive ColemanLegal correspondent, BBC News Eight-year-old Cate Merry and her friend Megan are big fans of Little Mix. They’ve got the T-shirts, the photo albums, the CDs, can sing the songs and rock the dance routines. So how did … Read More

The FA People’s Cup is back

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Posted by posabilitymagazine | Jan 18, 2018 | Events, Football, Main, Slider, Sport This season’s competition launches with new finals venue – St. George’s Park The FA People’s Cup is back following a very special launch event at St. George’s … Read More

Enabling spontaneous and independent travel for blind and vision impaired people

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Posted by posabilitymagazine | Dec 12, 2017 | Accessible Travel, Blindness & Visual Impairment, Disability, Public Transport Travelling independently, especially on public transport and through indoor spaces can be a difficult and sometimes impossible experience for vision impaired people. In … Read More

Heritage adopts latest developments to optimise accessibility

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Posted by posabilitymagazine | Nov 27, 2017 | Accessible Travel, Disability, Disability Products Main, Slider | 0 |   One of the North East’s leading heritage sites is now as accessible as possible with the opening of new toilet facilities. … Read More

Home invasions, melting glaciers and Humpty Dumpty – is VR finally coming into its own?

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By Xan Brooks Friday 8 September 2017 14.49 BST Lazzaretto Vecchio is a small ruined island in the Venetian lagoon, an arrangement of crumbling brick barns a short boat ride from the Lido. In its time it has been a leper colony, … Read More

Virtual reality game takes on dementia

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Virtual reality game takes on dementia By James Gallagher Health and science reporter, BBC News website Image by: Deutsche Telekom Scientists have developed a virtual reality computer game as part of the world’s biggest dementia research experiment. It is designed … Read More

Virtual Tour news – Give your property the edge with a 360° tour

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Modern house hunting has gone digital, so it’s vital that agents move with the times to catch buyers’ attention. This interview with Peter Greatorex demonstrates the shift towards a digital marketplace for the property sector are continuing to accelerate. The … Read More

Apple Talk up Augmented Reality

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By Associated Press   Apple has been looking for something to reduce its dependence on the iPhone since the 2011 death of its co-founder and chief cxecutive, Steve Jobs, the driving force behind the company’s innovation factory. Jobs’ successor, Tim … Read More

Take a tour of Game of Thrones locations with Google Street View

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Game of Thrones Virtual Tours Here   Want to take a tour of the real-life locations where Game of Thrones was shot? Too broke or lazy to get off the sofa and actually do it? Google Street View has come … Read More

Is 360-degree and VR video the future of marketing?

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Many brands are turning to immersive video — mainly 360-degree video and VR — for innovative and attention-grabbing advertising and marketing campaigns. Brands across numerous industries have seen significant success via their use of 360-degree video and VR. For example, … Read More

VR news – Could virtual reality save high street travel agents? Caribbean cruise sales rise 45% after customers take a tour

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The death of the high street travel agent is a forecast that has been made numerous times, but a saviour may be at hand in the form of virtual reality technology. Holidaymakers struggling to make a final decision on where … Read More

Virtual tour news – Veterans take virtual honor flight to tour Washington monuments and memorials

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In the past eleven years more than 3,200 veterans have taken an honor flight from Cleveland to Washington to tour the memorials. However, many others, are too fragile to make the trip. To remedy the situation, Honor Flight Cleveland, Eventworks 4-D and … Read More

Virtual Tour news – Norwich venue recreated in virtual reality to help people with disabilities

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One of Norwich’s largest venues has been captured in a virtual reality tour which can help people with disabilities and anxiety understand the building before arriving. Open Youth Trust has had a 3D map created of the inside of the … Read More

VR news – Sony sells one million VR headsets

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Sony has sold more than one million virtual reality (VR) headsets, the company has said. President of Sony Interactive Entertainment Atsushi Morita said sales had “exceeded our expectations”. The headset, at $399 (£308), is cheaper than rival devices from Facebook … Read More

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