As far as modern bucket lists go, surely a virtual reality experience in London must be on the inventory? Virtual reality as a concept was first probably mooted in 1935 by Stanley Wenbaum in his short story Pygmalion’s Spectacles. Later a VR machine was patented in1962, so it can be seen that our obsession with VR has been going on for many decades. Time and development has brought us to this point where virtual reality experiences are available to enjoy for many. Understanding VR Before taking part in this type of experience perhaps it’s worthwhile understanding what VR actually is and what it does. A good starting point is augmented reality which is accessed via a smartphone or computer with a camera. AR takes real world images of characters, places, buildings, etc. which allows for gaming and business use. AR does not require a headset whereas VR does require a headset and can include gloves and sensors. VR uses the same concept except that VR is completely virtual and raises the experience to a whole new level. VR is also a simulated imaginary or real environment that is created three dimensionally, which provides motion, sound and sometimes a tactile experience. Fun in a free-roam arena The first free-roam arena in London provides a VR experience where there are no wires or cables that tether the game player to a machine. This allows freedom to roam the area totally immersed in the game without restriction, creating a more realistic experience. Participants can explore the deep oceans, fight off alien attacks or defend their castles in an authentic way. A party with a difference As a child, parties once consisted of having some friends round, eating cake, drinking pop and playing a few games. Well nothing has changed. It’s still meeting friends,
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Looking at the top blogs about Scotland, it’s nice to see the priorities are in the right place. Weddings, food, and alcoholic beverage blogs are some of the best blogging topics. It sounds like a good weekend is available in the beloved country of Scotland. What are the most prominent blogs from Scottish writers these days?
Apart from procuring business loans from the likes of companies that provide banking for attorneys, law firms must take initiative to promote their business. Social media is becoming increasingly important for all businesses, and law firms are no exception. Take advantage of social media channels to promote your firm and reach a wider audience. We’ve outlined three areas to focus on to help you build your brand.
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