You spoke, we listened, Vresh has released a new build with some awesome new features. Here are two of our favorites:
At Vrenetic, we’re dedicated to bringing you new technologies in a fun and social atmosphere. In honor of our team-members who work tirelessly to make the Vresh App just that, we’re going to be highlighting an employee who makes working here just that much better.
Pride month is in full swing and in honor of the achievements of LGBTQ people around the world, we collaborated with Revry on their QueerX event at the Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood, California.
Part of the beauty of 360º is that you can experience the world from any perspective you want. In the case of people who aren’t able to travel, play sports or go see their favorite rapper at a concert, 360º video can help make their dreams into a reality.
Like with any new technology, the rise of 360º has brought plenty of questions to the fore, mainly in regards to how it can help build a better world and follow up on it’s own promise as a technology.
From sunny California to the heights of the Alps, scrolling through the Vresh feed takes you around the world like never before. With 360º views of some of the most famed and exotic scenary and landmarks, Vresh allows people to see their dreamscapes in real time and in all their angular glory.
There’s nothing more gripping in this world than the power of Nature. Whether it’s halfway across the world or just an hour away by car, seeing nature in 360º reminds us just how small our stresses and worries are in the grand scheme of things. That and it will make you want to book your next weekend getaway ASAP!
A new program by Open University is using a 360º App to teach children about bullying. The App allows children to experience a bullying episode, as if they were right there as it was happening. The app deals with a variety of kinds of bullying, from racism to body shaming and gives the child using the App a choice on how to deal with the bullying.