VR in the Vineyards tours Germany again in 2021
The virtual roadshow through Germany's metropolitan regions has been delighting visitors since 2018 and generates interest in Germany’s regional wines. With VR glasses and headphones you can enjoy the 360 degree wine tour and find out about the wines from the 13 German wine-growing regions.
Dates for the first half of 2021
Alstertal-Einkaufszentrum Hamburg (AEZ): 21. - 23.01.2021
Europa Passage Hamburg (EPH): 28. - 30.01.2021
Schlosspark-Center Schwerin (SPS): 04. - 06.02.2021
A10-Center Berlin (A10): 11. - 13.02.2021
Stern Center Potsdam (SCP): 8. - 20.02.2021
Altmarkt-Galerie Dresden (AGD): 25. - 27.02.2021
Allee-Center Magdeburg (ACM): 04. - 06.03.2021
City-Galerie Wolfsburg (CGW): 11. - 13.03.2021
Schloss-Arkaden Braunschweig (SAB): 18. - 20.03.2021
Weserpark Bremen: 25. - 27.03.2021
"Ohhh - that's really crazy"
"Ah, there is someone", says winemaker Lukas, as he welcomes the viewers in the film. Often people respond with a friendly nod of the head or even a North German "Moin" which shows how real the 3D experience with VR glasses actually is. Bystanders often observe with amusement as the viewer gives a friendly wave, grabs grapes, strokes the dog in the vineyard, laughs enthusiastically or simply shouts “Ohhhh”. “When the tractor takes off with the grapes, you sit on the trailer and let yourself be driven through the vineyards - that's really crazy,” says 20-year-old Mia B. from Hamburg.
A completely new wine experience - 360 degree
"3D flight through the wine-growing regions, madness!" exclaims a visitor. With the 360-degree film experience, everyone is curious. You can find out about German wines and other events while tasting at the stand. All wines are quality wines made from typical German grape varieties that offer good value for money and are usually readily available in stores. Further information is also available in printed form. If you don't want to try wine, you can enjoy a glass of grape juice, also from a wine producer.
The film can also be seen on the YouTube channel of the German Wine Institute as a 360-degree video for the screen. With the appropriate VR glasses and WiFi, experts can also enjoy a full virtual reality experience. There is also a free Android app available in the Google Oculus store.
Photos und Film: DWI Facebook-Page