Presenting the world’s first “augmented virtual reality” app for smartphones.
I often come up with damned decent ideas, but every once in awhile I come up with a truly brilliant one.
That’s what has just happened: collaborating with some specialist 3-D photographers, I came up with a smash-bang idea that’s ideal for place branding.
And now we’re shopping it around.
It’s there for the taking.
First come, first served.
My team is ready.
VR is going to be hot… for a little while… and a destination that gets in on this will have the cache of having been somewhere between “ahead of its time” and “right on trend.” Hence, it’s a good symbolic action. Maybe not right for everyone, but perfect for someone… somewhere….
Write me for the 8-page PDF proposal, telling me who you are, how you ran across this, and what your interest may be.
Not to spoil the mystery, but the way the app will work is it will render several of the destination’s best scenes in VR (“virtual reality”), using a standard smartphone and cardboard (or plastic) VR “headsets.” And then the user will be able to juxtapose interesting, unusual large objects into the scenes — the like pirate ship into the town square, or a 747 into a main street, or… well, we have many ideas. Our imaginations have run pretty wild.
Instant worldwide distribution.
Useful for investment and tourism promotion.
Comes complete with a stakeholder engagement plan.
As I say, if you’re curious, write me for the 8-page PDF proposal, telling me who you are, how you ran across this, and what your interest may be.