Ad Nut
Jan 9, 2018

Scoot uses VR to show what's 'Permitted on board' its 787

Quirky characters provide a pleasant enough tour, but Ad Nut has questions about such uses of VR, and the airline's supposed benefits.

Quirky characters provide a pleasant enough tour, but Ad Nut has questions about such uses of VR, and the airline's supposed benefits.

Working with Untitled Project, Scoot has created a virtual tour of its newest airliner, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

As part of a wider campaign titled 'Permitted on board', the brand will bring the VR experience to popup locations in high traffic areas in China, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, Japan, Taiwan and Indonesia. 

Viewers receive a 3D tour of the Scoot Economy’, ScootBiz’ and ScootinSilence’ cabins, which are populated...

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