A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Virtual Reality.
AI, VR, and biometric technology will all gain ground within the hospitality industry this year.
You need both high-tech and good old-fashioned hospitality to delight customers.
From touring guestrooms to planning events to viewing nearby local attractions, VR has its place with the hotel industry.
First Atari hotel to begin construction in Phoenix in mid-2020.
Solutions help operators recognize patrons and their emotions for quickly resolving issues, guestroom automation for personalizing the guest experience as well as AI, AR and VR applications.
Through Instagram and Facebook, the Celebration of Good Fortune AR experience gives guests a chance to experience five Chinese traditions.
Technology will allow event planners, buyers and hotel sales staff to see a virtual reconstruction of event space and configure the layout in real-time.
Technology has proliferated all areas of our lives, so it’s no surprise it’s radically transforming the hospitality industry and the way we travel.
The on-demand staffing agency aims to draw top industry talent in a virtual way with its first launch in Hawaii.
Solving the paradox of high-tech, high-touch service and personalized experiences.
By the year 2025, AR will be a $198B business.
From virtual bookings enhanced by virtual tours to interactive hotel rooms, both AR and VR tech could improve your guest's experience on and off property.
Concept includes augmented-reality golf range
Here are four key areas where digital technology in hospitality is going to make a difference.