Rogoznica presented through virtual reality

first_imgThe Tourist Board of the Municipality of Rogoznica strives to keep pace with the development of the most modern technology in every respect, including in the case of destination promotion.It is one of the first in Croatia to implement a project of a virtual walk through the entire municipality, adapted for use with virtual glasses, which with the original sound recorded at each location gives the user a complete experience as if he were literally there. Virtual interactive walk through Rogoznica in 360 degrees is a modern and innovative audiovisual display of the municipality of Rogoznica in a way that allows users to interact with the service by simplifying orientation through natural, historical and cultural sights that preserve an important part of Rogoznica’s identity.The project is a step towards modern technological solutions such as innovative VR (virtual reality) technology and 3D audio that is implemented as an integral part of each individual spherical display creating a complete experience of the displayed space integrated into a virtual panoramic display. Marijo Mladinić, director of the Rogoznica Tourist Board and adds that this sets the project apart from the already seen interactive presentations and acquires a dimension of uniqueness in relation to already implemented multimedia projects in Croatia and Europe. “Every year we try to take a step forward in the promotion of our destination, and we are therefore extremely pleased to have successfully implemented the project of a virtual walk through Rogoznica at such a high level, which I believe has launched a new trend of destination promotion in Croatia. This type of presentation of the destination offers great opportunities and I am sure it will significantly help in attracting new guests to the destination, but also returning old guests who will now be able to literally walk from their living room to all our most interesting sites and bring back their fond memories. lived there and for which it is worth returning here again. I see a particularly high efficiency of this presentation at tourism fairs and I believe that virtual glasses and similar equipment will become an integral part of the standard equipment of every exhibition stand in the future.” Mladinić pointed out and added that with the help of this technology, their future guest can currently be ‘teleported’ from the fair hall directly to their destination, which will certainly not leave him indifferent.The virtual walk is adapted for use on all devices connected to the Internet, without the need to install additional applications or programs. You can try what it is about at the link: news: TZ ROGOZNICA – BLUE COW OF OUR TOURISMlast_img read more

IPL uncertainty jeopardises Dhoni’s India future, says Srikkanth

first_imgNEW DELHI (Reuters) – Stumper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s international career could be in jeopardy if this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) succumbs to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to former India captain Krishnamachari Srikkanth.The immensely popular Dhoni took a break from the game after India’s defeat in last year’s World Cup semi-finals against New Zealand in July.Rishabh Pant is considered a natural replacement for Dhoni behind the stumps while batsman K.L. Rahul has also impressed as a stop-gap wicketkeeper.Dhoni began training with his Chennai Super Kings team for this year’s IPL but the tournament has been deferred until April 15 because of the pandemic and another postponement seems inevitable. “I am not going to be diplomatic…If the IPL does not happen then his chances are very, very bleak,” Srikkanth, also a former chief selector, told the Star Sports television channel.“In my opinion, K.L. Rahul will be the wicket keeper-batsman…I believe Rishabh Pant is highly talented. So, I wouldn’t mind taking him along with the squad. “But definitely, if the IPL doesn’t happen, then Dhoni will have a difficult time getting back into the team for the T20 World Cup.”The Twenty20 World Cup is scheduled in Australia from Oct. 18. Dhoni led India to World Cup triumphs in both the 20-overs (2007) and 50-overs (2011) formats but speculation is rife over the future of the 38-year-old.Former England captain Nasser Hussain felt the phlegmatic Indian still had plenty to offer and should not be forced into retirement.“Is M.S. Dhoni still good enough to get in the Indian side? It is as simple as that,” Hussain told the same channel. “That should apply to anyone across the board. What I’ve seen of Dhoni, I still think M.S. Dhoni has a huge amount to offer for Indian cricket,” he said.“There are some legends of the game appreciated while around because they are once-in-a-generation cricketers.“Don’t push him into retirement too early. Only Dhoni knows his mental state, and in the end, selectors select and players turn up when asked to.”last_img read more