All the news from the opening keynote at the virtual reality company's annual developer conference.
Virtual and Augmented Reality
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While the marketing applications of both are still emerging, these experiences are being tested in a host of ways that customers are beginning to have exposure to. For example, online shopping experiences are becoming more augmented through smartphone apps. Though this is emerging, accessibility and interoperability with other more traditional experiences is important for marketers to ensure. As concepts like Web3 and the “metaverse” start to materialze, these technologies will play a greater role.
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With similar new tech from Google, Microsoft and Facebook, advertising and marketing now have new dimensions.
As Facebook pushes into VR with Spaces, columnist and Bitly senior content strategist Blaise Lucey takes a look at how will virtual reality will affect e-commerce and the retail experience.
In a new survey, marketers say technologies like virtual reality and machine learning will have a huge impact in coming years, but they don't plan to invest in them just yet.
The research firm says it’s at least five years from being a mass consumer medium, although augmented reality, 360-degree video and mixed reality are acting as stepping stones.
Video ad firm YuMe found most survey respondents have heard about virtual reality, augmented reality, or 360-degree video -- and they pay more attention to ads in those formats.
Apple CEO Tim Cook believes augmented reality has greater market potential than virtual reality.
Contributor Brian Ussery notes that as global search interest in VR skyrockets, Google has quietly made 360-degree VR videos and images accessible across devices and optimizable for organic search.
As Twitter gets closer to supporting 360-degree video, the NBA will tweet virtual reality-lite videos shot during the NBA Finals using a Samsung camera.
Google's new Daydream platform is set to deliver virtual reality to Photos, YouTube, Street View, apps and movies.
Here's our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.
With virtual and augmented reality advertising taking shape, the industry is poised for a huge transition and opportunity to reshape digital advertising experiences.
At Facebook's developer conference, F8, CTO Mike Schroepfer showed what Facebook could look like in virtual reality, including how to share a VR selfie.
AR may ultimately present a larger opportunity than VR, but the right hardware and user experience don't yet exist.