Stay up to date with
the VRdirect Blog

All about Virtual Reality and 360°

Latest Stories

VRdirect Studio 2.2.0: New version enables integration of external videos and web links in VR projects
Munich, 24.07.2020: The new version 2.2.0 of the do-it-yourself VR...
New feature in VRdirect Studio 2.2.0: Add external web links to your VR project and overcome software borders
It is by far one of the most exciting product...
New feature in VRdirect Studio 2.2.0: Save storage space and optimize your data load by integrating external videos
VRdirect Studio 2.2.0 opens the door for external content. With...
Interview with Christoph Ostler, CEO & Founder of Connected Reality
Virtual Reality is no longer just an exotic technical experiment...
VR Safety Trainings and Education, Wherever Your Students May Be
The coronavirus pandemic strikes and suddenly the education industry finds...
VR Travel Beats the Pandemic
The good news is that many countries are starting to...
Mental Wellness Through Virtual Reality Therapy
We all know that a fit and active mind is...
Podcast: How to easily and quickly start with VR
It is becoming increasingly easy to share #Virtual Reality content...
A festival goes online – how the Lichter Filmfest deals with Corona
Events, fair trades and congresses across the globe have been...
Virtual Reality – The perfect alternative for museums during lockdowns
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic forces museums to keep their gates...

I want to know about:

Categories

4. June 2020

Virtual Reality is no longer just an exotic technical experiment that huge brands utilize to impress their audience. Over the past years, VR has become an important part of B2B and B2C communication, making its way to more and more companies. Still, the entry barriers for a lot of enterprises – especially smaller ones – are often high. Companies frequently face complex and costly development processes and technical obstacles in distribution with no apparent business benefit.

7. May 2020

The coronavirus pandemic strikes and suddenly the education industry finds it rapidly needs to adapt. Whether it is teaching our children in schools or our employees on how to do their job, quarantining and social distancing has forced educators and training companies to come up with novel solutions to carry on through the crisis.

5. May 2020

The good news is that many countries are starting to ease their coronavirus pandemic restrictions, and tourist destinations such as museums and art galleries, zoos and botanical gardens are all being reopened. With appropriate social distancing and hygiene measure in place of course.

24. April 2020

We all know that a fit and active mind is as important as having a healthy body. Regular exercise and good nutrition can keep your body tuned, and if anything goes wrong medics have an array of diagnostics and treatments to help. Maintaining mental wellbeing however is a trickier thing. Our inner world is by and large a mystery even to ourselves, and just recognising there is a problem can be difficult. Nowadays mental health awareness plays a major role in our society.

21. April 2020

It is becoming increasingly easy to share #Virtual Reality content such as virtual museum tours or product presentations on the internet. In the New Realities podcast of 1E9 and the XR HUB Bavaria, they present new realities – i.e. projects, ideas, concepts and products in virtual, augmented and mixed reality.w

17. April 2020

Events, fair trades and congresses across the globe have been cancelled or postponed because of the spread of the coronavirus. The current situation offers enormous challenges for event planners. What if an event could be held online or even in a virtual environment where thousands could take part and share an experience without the risk of contagion spreading? With Virtual Reality this is possible.

15. April 2020

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic forces museums to keep their gates shut, but German public broadcaster RBB brings their exhibitions to people at home, using the VRdirect platform to create an interactive museum experience in less than two days. In this blog, we’ll discuss how VR can help museums and event organisers to bring their content to their audience in times of crisis.

About VRdirect

The VRdirect platform is the easiest solution to create and publish Virtual Reality projects. There are no expert skills needed. Moreover, Virtual Reality projects created with VRdirect can be published instantly via any VR enabled device, smartphone or web-browser and you can update them easily and in real-time.

Categories

Join our Newsletter

Search