Let Greget Eksplor Used Your Tourist Destination Through Qantas VR

Let Greget EksplorMore busy planning a vacation abroad? Pas banget ya, Jaka have interesting info for you who are still confused where to go to vacation. Guaranteed your holiday so more greget.

Yes, there's nothing wrong if you drop the choice on Kangaroo Country, Australia. The reason, in addition to Australia has a myriad of sleek tourist attractions, there are interesting offers also from Qantas, the Australian airline. Curious?

Qantas has launched a new Virtual Reality (VR) application called Qantas VR. Through this way customers can feel an interactive new way to discover and explore destinations before traveling there physically.

Qantas VR is available for iPhone, Android, Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive equipment. The app will feature typical views of the Australian landscape through virtual video, including Uluru and Kata Tjuta footage from the air never seen before.

This app offers two modes, which are split screen for those who have a headset or Google Cardboard, and 2D landscapes to be viewed directly on a smartphone. Users can also book Qantas flights to destinations directly from the app.

Qantas last year offered Virtual Reality the first time to its customers, and tested the industry's first Virtual Reality experience with a Samsung Gear VR headset in their cabin and their First Class lounge.

Qantas's Group Executive Brand, Marketing, Corporate Affairs, Olivia Wirth, says that the app is an innovative way for travelers when planning their trip to Australia.

Our customers really liked the VR headset experiment last year, but we wanted to improve and make it more accessible. Anyone with an iPhone or Android phone can try a virtual tour to Kakdu National Park, for example, and then book a flight directly from the app and see it live, Mrs said. Wirth.

This application was developed by an Australian Virtual Reality company, Start VR. CEO and Creative Director of Start VR, Kain Tietzel, said that this application opens new opportunities for potential travelers who are looking for more information about their tourist destinations.

This application enables us to share stories about Australia to International consumers in a more intimate, interesting, and interactive way of what we did before. Exceptional audio and visual offers international tourists coming to Australia a new insight into our culture, heritage and regional stories, Tietzel said.

Here's a Cool Video Available on Qantas VRThis app has been launched along with 13 additional videos and content that will be added gradually over the next few weeks. This app can be downloaded for free from the App Store, Google Play Store, or compatible headset app store. Here's a video of a destination in Australia that you can see through Qantas VR.

Northern Territory Territory Description
Kakdu National Park Relaxing down the river at sunset at Yellow Water Billabong,
while following an Australian Aboriginal rock art tour at Ubirr,
and swim in the water hole at Maguk and Gunlom Falls
in the hidden areas of Australia.
Field of Light, Uluru Enjoying the internationally recognized installation of Field of Light by Bruce Munro,
in a typical Uluru area.
Helicopter Flight, Uluru See the aerial view over Uluru, one of nature's wonders.
Sit back and enjoy access to all areas with this beautiful helicopter flight.
Traditional Dance, Uluru Enjoyed a traditional dance performance from Anangu (original tribe owner).
Alice Springs Riding a hot water balloon is a fun way
to enjoy the awesome views of Alice Springs and its surroundings.
Come and follow the climb while watching the landscape panorama of hidden areas of Australia.
Ormiston Gorge Featuring spectacular geological areas and wildlife in the hills of West MacDonnell.
Watch the original fauna and flora as well as the water hole,
all joined to present a unique experience.

Queensland Region Description
Hamilton Island Escape Fly with pilots in the Qantas jet cockpit when landing at Hamilton Island airport,
relax at Qualia resort, swim in the Great Barrier Reef,
enjoy a tour by helicopter, and sail to Whitehaven Beach.

New South Wales Region Description
Sydney Harbor Standing on the edge of Circular Quay,
enjoying the iconic views of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbor Bridge,
flying over Sydney Harbor and along Sydney's coastline.
Sydney Harbor Bridge Enjoy the sights and sounds of Sydney city as you climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Look at the traffic and boats that pass under you
and celebrate with other climbers at the summit.
Vivid Sydney Festival of Light, Music, and Ideas that illuminate Sydney every winter.
Look at Sydney Harbor Bridge and other icons turn into an outdoor gallery filled with glowing statues.

For more information, you can visit qantasnewsroom.com.au. So can not wait for the holiday ya!

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