The Future of Virtual: Had Enough or More

by Global Sky Team

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In the eighth episode of Asian Skycast, Jeffrey C. Lowe of Asian Sky Group and Asian Sky Media speaks with Alek Vernitsky from Portside and Mike Combs from Mytaverse, about how VR can be used in business aviation, as well as the future of hybrid trade shows. 

Main Content

(01:17-03:21)

What does Portside do?

(03:22-04:30)

What makes Portside standout?

(04:31-06:22)

Introduction to Mytaverse

(06:23-07:57)

How long have Portside and Mytaverse been around?

(07:58-12:17)

How to overcome common roadblocks?

(12:18-13:31)

Other user successes?

(13:32-17:32)

Where do you see technology in two or three years?

(17:33-20:07)

How do you feel about the Asia market?

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