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Wildlife Trust virtual reality dolphin dive for tourists

Virtual reality could inspire more people to visit Wales, a charity has said.

Tourism businesses are being encouraged to use the technology in a bid to promote Welsh attractions.

Visit Wales revealed it has awarded £290,000 to six VR projects under its Tourism Product Innovation Fund.

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales received £30,000 from Visit Wales to create two VR videos - "Dolphin dive" off the coast of Pembrokeshire and "Flight of the kingfisher" over Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve in Cilgerran.

Gina Gavigan, the charity's marketing development manager, explains the benefits.

  • 22 Oct 2017
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