Today I attended the FNB South Africa launch of the FNB Nav Cars application. This application allows FNB customers to renew their car licenses online which I think is super cool. I myself bank with FNB and can appreciate this functionality. One of the cars that I owned is registered in North West, and it is a huge hassle to get the license renewed. I cannot (or in the past) could not get the license disc renewed in Gauteng, and had to travel to the North West Province to get the licensed renew.
Heighten Experiential Events, Use Virtual Reality
A pop culture takeover is in progress. Virtual reality is redefining experiences and changing how consumers interact with brands and products. For those of us who want to be somewhere but cannot physically make an event, for whatever reason, there is a simple solution for that now – a virtual reality headset.
Add Value to Live Events Using Virtual Reality
The resolute growth and increasing popularity of virtual reality is geared to have a trans-formative impact on the events industry. It offers a unique experience that goes beyond attending a live concert, show or sports game – virtual reality technology provides an incomparable alternative for live entertainment enthusiasts everywhere.
Markex 2016 draws in the crowds
JOHANNESBURG – July 07, 2015 –Thousands of visitors braved the cold in Sandton, Johannesburg yesterday, ensuring their entrance to the opening day of Markex 2016, the targeted promotional product expo. Markex is running from 6 to 7 July 2016 at the Sandton Convention Centre.
We have recently sold quite a few Google Cardboard virtual reality headsets to South African Businesses. At the last count we have sold more than 15 000 Google Cardboard VR Headsets. The companies whom have bought the Google Cardboard mostly use it as corporate gifts to clients or as part of their own Virtual Reality and 360° video experiences.
The imminent Rio Summer Olympic games are set to kick-off in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this coming August. Despite longing to be in the midst of the leading international sporting event, the reality is that most of us won’t get a chance to experience Rio Olympics 2016 live. However, technology offers a hyper-reality alternative for spectators to get a futuristic experience that promises to be almost indistinguishable from the reality of being a part of the Olympic games this year, through the use Virtual Reality.
Back in 2014, Sony claimed the center of attention in the information superhighway (the internet) when they announced that they had been working on a project known as Project Morpheus for over three years. It was later revealed that Project Morpheus was the code name for what would be known as the PlayStation VR – a Virtual Reality gaming head mounted display. Unlike HTC Vive and Oculus Rift at the time, the PlayStation Virtual Reality didn’t rely on a high-end gaming PC to operate but instead would be powered by the PlayStation 4. Over two years on and South African fans (and the world over) of the popular home video console can start to celebrate. It was officially announced that the PlayStation VR headset would be available for purchase from October 13th this year. This will make it the very first dedicated gaming VR headset to be available in local retailers.
We have recently received some awesome exposure from the Independent Home insert which is published in the Cape Argus, Cape Times, The Mercury, The Star, Pretoria News, Diamond Fields Advertiser, Daily News, Isolezwe news papers that are part of the Independent Media Group. The article was written by Bonnie Fourie.