By using 360-degree VR virtual reality glasses, visitors can travel around the world, from New York to Japan or Son Doong cave (Quang Binh, Vietnam), and most recently, cycle around. Taiwan with vivid experiences.
Experience cycling around Taiwan
Through short videos viewed with virtual reality glasses, Taiwan appears realistic, close and full of surprises about the natural landscape, people, and culture.
Until now, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic situation, Taiwan has not yet opened to international visitors. However, to prepare for the “post-Covid-19” opening period, the island has built complete roads and has a roadmap for “green” tourism by bicycle.
Vietnamese people can both ride an exercise bike and use VR glasses to enjoy destinations in Taiwan through 360-degree video.
|Travel bloggers Vietnam experience “green” travel cycling around Taiwan through VR headsets and 360-degree video.|
Taiwan optimized 16 bicycle routes this year, with different options such as coastal, riverside, rural, mountainous and remote island routes, in addition to amazing and unique scenery On each route, there are also unique local dishes that visitors must try.
Visit the Amazonian rainforest
Thanks to the nonprofit group Conservation International, you can now explore the Amazonian rainforest through immersive 360-degree VR video. Descend from the towering trees for stunning views of the great forest and meet the forest’s native Kamanja Panashekung, who will take you up close to the wildlife. You’ll end the tour with a deeper understanding of why rainforests are so important to human existence.
Explore Son Doong Cave in Vietnam
Explore Son Doong cave (Quang Binh) with VR virtual reality glasses. Famous British newspaper The Guardian voted, this is one of the top 10 virtual tours worth visiting in the world, taking visitors through the caves with a high-definition 360-degree image system and experience the built-in sound system. landscapes.
Son Doong Cave, Quang Binh, Vietnam.
Google has used its street view technology not only to map roads but also destinations like the Choijin Lama Museum in Ulan Bator, Mongolia.
While not quite the same as seeing the Mona Lisa or Christ the Redeemer in person, some of the world’s most popular and remote destinations have spawned online photo and video galleries, as well as websites. 360 degree virtual tour allows you to virtually explore museums, galleries, world wonders and even national parks.
Great Barrier Reef
Dive along the Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough, who will take you on an interactive journey.
A map outlines your adventure across 5 locations, each full of information about different ecosystems and underwater excursions from a state-of-the-art research vessel. Hear from scientists and marine life on the front lines of research to discover how to save the reef and its inhabitants in the face of climate change.
Space Station and Mars
Travel beyond the world from your couch, experience the planet Mars with VR headsets.
The jet propulsion library’s relationship with NASA allows you to view MARS from a 360-degree VR headset perspective, through the WebXR project. Alternatively, visit NASA’s website for a tour of its international space stations. We live in an age of unprecedented access to digital technology, and with it entirely new ways to explore the world around us.
By: The Guardian, lonelyplanet, Taiwan National Administration of Tourism