Take a Virtual Reality Vacation

April 19, 2016 Mark Glucki

When lasting summer weather still feels so far off in the future, wouldn't it be nice to escape to a tropical beach—even for just a day?

Winnipeg-based tech illustrator extraordinaire, Erica Glasier, shows us the potential application of virtual reality to help us get away. Imagine putting on your VR wearable to sit back and relax like you were right there on a sun-soaked Cuban getaway. 

Virtual Reality in Travel

Sure, VR may not be as good as the real thing in every case (no mojitos), but it certainly gives a comic take on the potential growth of the technology.

Combine this experience with the rising innovations in holograms and food delivery straight from your phone, and you've got a recipe for a "stay-cation" of your dreams.

For more on VR in the real world, learn how Winnipeg-based Bit Space Development is making a home-based virtual reality business a huge success in the industry.

About the Author

Mark Glucki

Mark has grown digital blog communities to connect Canadian business and tech pros by focusing on creating relatable content that everyone can enjoy. He developed a North American best practice on creating great experiences on social networks and spends as much time thinking of the end reader as he does writing content. Mark is also a commercial photographer focusing on product and location images. His work can be seen at Wonderlab Photo.

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