This year has been rough on many and travel hasn’t been as easy as in past years. Luckily, many attractions are using 3D tours to
Travel in the age of COVID-19 has become a major risk – cruise lines have been shut down or are operating at reduced capacity, flights have been hit hard, and taking the metro is a breeding ground for the virus – but Sonovia, a new reusable antiviral face mask with an over 99% success rate in eliminating the virus, significantly reduces that risk and is far more comfortable and cost-effective than other masks.
As the hospitality industry around the world seeks to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, contactless temperature screenings are one of the measures that will enable
AR travel and AR tours are the real deal for the future, but they are already here to enjoy. Take, for instance, a map with
Virtual tourism was already starting to take off and with recent events, it has exploded. The ability for anybody to take virtual reality tours of famous attractions has transformed the travel industry.
Commercial planes we see and fly on today are in fact structurally similar to those dating back to as early as the 1960s. However, due
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Although hotels attempt (often in vain) to recapture a slice of the direct booking market share through special packages, gifts upon arrival or loyalty points, OTAs reign in the field. In fact, according to Travel Daily News, OTAs are projected to account for 41% of all hotel bookings by 2020, with over half of all millennials currently booking their hotel through an OTA – driven by a desire for convenience.