The pandemic has changed a lot in our lives: how we work, how we spend our free time, and how we communicate. People longing for a more peaceful place to live than big cities has become a global trend. On the other hand, bigger cities are appealing to many people, as they offer better services and other possibilities.
Either way, when the house-shopping pants are on, how can people browse through the options when every city and town is on lockdown? We created a tool for that.
Auvola is an imaginary town that displays all its upsides in a virtual space. The demo shows an example of what a city’s virtual space could be like - valid pieces of information, free time possibilities, and feel-good pictures and videos.
Why cities and towns should have a virtual exhibition space?
Virtual spaces are the exhibition channel of the future. They enable more people to explore the possibilities, and they are safe and accessible. Even after the pandemic and the lockdown are over, people will be more considerate on their travels. Virtual spaces are good for the environment and your wallet. Virtual space is a sign that a city or town is interested in developing modern and resilient ways to communicate - and do things sustainably.
Virtual space is a great way to tell your city or town’s story. It is highly engaging with interactive visual and audio elements. It is an experience that offers the same information as a website but in a more intriguing way. It is also much like an exhibition, but more accessible and safe. Give your potential new citizens a modern and sustainable channel to get to know you - differentiate and attract with your own customed virtual space.
Visit the imaginary town of Auvola: https://visit.virtualartgallery.com/auvola, or by scanning the QR code below with your mobile device's camera:
Book a free consultation and talk to our XR experts about how a virtual showroom can benefit you: arilyn.com/contact/