We are officially live in the App Store. In honor of this momentous occasion, we’d like to celebrate by going over the trajectory of VR over the last few years:
The Medical Field is one that is always progressing. With today’s modern day medicine and technology, there isn’t much that doctors can’t do, but this is only the beginning. Studies show that by year 2020, VR and AR will be a $2.5 million industry within the medical field! Virtual Reality is being utilized as both a training mechanism for doctors as well as acting as a form of rehabilitation for patients.
The evolution of conveying messages to alert and inform people of current events has been revolutionary. From newspapers to radios, television to email blasts, all the way to social media, we are more informed today than ever before. Social Media has forever changed the game for worldwide exposure.
Out of all the features in the Vresh app, one of my absolute favorites is the filter feature. Our filters allow you to augment and warp the reality that is being shown on your phone, for extra fun. There’s nothing quite like disrupting the humdrum of a regular 360 video chat, whether it’s a funny robot voice or a spooky filter.
We are very happy to introduce our very first Vresh ambassador, Terry Martin, who was kind enough to answer some of these questions on how he got to be where he is and what makes him unique:
For those of you who are familiar with the world of car racing(particularly our American readers), NASCAR is likely the first thing that comes to mind. At this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the cars aren’t the only thing racing into the future.
“Independence Day” director Roland Emmerich and his partner Marco Weber, today announced a strategic partnership between their company Vrenetic’s 360-degree social app platform Vresh and Insta360…