virtual reality

VR sales in decline

Why are VR headset sales declining?

Back in 2016, virtual reality was tipped to be the next big thing, set to offer consumers an exciting, immersive, and entirely addictive technology experience.

With high equipment costs and limited content, however, VR has remained a somewhat niche concept – adopted by gaming enthusiasts and (arguably) shunned by mainstream audiences.

Six of the latest brands using VR technology

It’s a trend that typically gets people talking, but so far, brands have been somewhat reluctant to invest in VR technology.

There’s a good reason why, as consumers have appeared similarly reluctant to buy into the headsets that go along with it.

Virtual reality: Content marketing’s next big trend

In my opinion, virtual reality is set to become the content marketing trend for 2017.  

Many of the tech giants are making a play to dominate this space. Today Sony has launched its Playstation VR, which is compatible with the existing 40m PS4s already in use.

Brand VR: Five of the best non-gimmicky experiences so far

Virtual reality ranks alongside artificial intelligence as one of the most over-used marketing phrases in 2016.

So far brand experiences have varied in quality, but a few companies have successfully used VR to good effect, rather than as a gimmick.

Here are five brands who have made a good fist of VR in its current form.

VR, bots & growth hacking: Why should marketers care?

Virtual reality, bots and growth hacking are perhaps the most exciting and over-used buzzwords in our industry today.

But do marketers really need to pay them much attention?

It’s very easy to become jaded by the constant talk of creating immersive virtual experiences, when in reality all of your conversions come from email marketing.