Virtual reality will transform Nigeria’s tourism industry – stakeholder

A Nigerian newspaper and Online version of the Vanguard, a daily publication in Nigeria covering Nigeria news, Niger delta, general national news, politics, business, energy, sports, entertainment, fashion,lifestyle human interest stories, etc Election year will not slow down governance in Lagos – Ambode Breaking: El Rufai C’ttee recommends State Police, Prisons Breaking: Buhari, 6 govs in closed-door meeting The Managing Director of Skyview Communications, Mr. Femi Lawson, says Nigeria’s tourism industry needs to apply the technology of virtual reality to improve. “Virtual reality is how other countries sell their tourist attractions.

When you view the country’s tourist attractions through virtual reality, everyone will benefit from what it brings, Lawson said on Sunday. He spoke with newsmen in Lagos.

Skyview Communications is a brand development and marketing company. Virtual tourism is a simulation of an existing tourist location.

It is composed of a sequence of videos or still images which may involve some multimedia elements such as sound effects, music, narration and text. Lawson said Nigeria’s tourism industry had the potential to create jobs and generate revenues. “What we are doing through virtual tourism is to create a platform to help players in the industry to enjoy their work and make more profits.

“We are not creating a different tourism system; we are trying to innovate the existing system of tourism. “This platform is to help us to sell other platforms,” he said. Read more from…

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