TravelNevada Launches 360-Diploma Video “Don’t Fence Me In” Tour
“Participants can enter for a chance to win one of seven ultimate Nevada getaways”
Starting Sept. 2, the Nevada Division of Tourism (TravelNevada) began taking up main events and high visitors areas in three key California cities as a part of its first-ever “Don’t Fence Me In” 360-degree video and experiential disruptive instillation tour.
Reflecting Nevada’s “Don’t Fence Me In” angle, people within the San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego areas have the chance to experience a 360-degree virtual street journey all through Nevada. The experience follows a gaggle of younger adventurers as they climb, kayak and drive throughout, round and thru the state’s epic landscapes.
Guests to every instillation sidle as much as a saloon-style set, placed on a Nevada character-themed VR headset, and are immediately transported from their crowded metropolitan setting into awe-inspiring, wide-open places resembling Lake Mead, Valley of Hearth State Park, Pyramid Lake, Sand Mountain, Virginia Metropolis and Lake Tahoe.
Instillation dates and places are as follows:
- Sept. 2-Four: Sausalito Artwork Pageant
- Sept. 6-7: Pier 39, San Francisco
- Sept. 9-10: The Unique Farmer’s Market, Los Angeles
- Sept. 12: Santa Monica Place
- Sept. 13-14: Santa Monica Pier
- Sept. 15-17: Kaaboo Del Mar Music/Arts Pageant, San Diego
- Sept. 19-21: Gaslamp Sq. Plaza (Fifth Avenue and L Road), San Diego
“California is considered one of Nevada’s major drive and fly markets, so we wish to carry residents an unmatched Nevadaexperience, understanding the virtual surroundings can be an entire distinction to their present bodily environment,” Claudia Vecchio, director of the Nevada Division of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, mentioned. “We want to unleash people’s adventure mindset by transporting them from a bustling city with crowds of people to wide-open spaces and the most breathtaking landscapes in the country.”
For many who cease by any of the activation places, there can be an opportunity to win considered one of seven final Nevadagetaways depicted within the 360 video storyline.
Whereas many journey VR experiences have historically proven scenes and landscapes, this is without doubt one of the first with a character-driven storyline. The VR storyline was developed by Groove Jones, probably the most acknowledged studios in the USA for augmented and virtual reality work. It took seven days and 20 individuals throughout 750 miles to shoot the 360-degree video.
The Nevada Division of Tourism plans to proceed to make use of the saloon setup and the 360-degree video for different shopper, media and journey commerce alternatives sooner or later. The video can even be positioned on-line and on YouTube360.