Here's How Virtual Reality Will Change The Way You Experience Weddings

Mumbai-based company Meraki is India’s first virtual reality content studio.

Author: Tirnasengupta | Updated: October 18, 2016 11:05 IST

Isn’t it a bummer to miss out on special occasions like weddings due to hectic work life or other priorities? What if you could experience the event even after missing it through virtually enhanced videos? 

A lot has been written and said about technology. You use it to perform even the most trivial mundane tasks and you use it to illuminate every sense of the being. Over the years, we have witnessed magic being knit using its inventory. Now technology has forged into the world of a common man.  From visual storytelling to virtual reality, we have successfully surpassed every linguistic and geographical barrier. 

Mumbai-based company Meraki is India’s first virtual reality content studio. Started by three friends in November 2015, this state of the art studio believes in producing quality video content that will leave its viewers in awe. After Meraki’s popular reach, they started ViviR. ViviR specializes in covering a wide range of events that celebrate personal moments like weddings. 



Now cherish your personal experiences forever in the format of VR. From exclusive corporate affairs to birthday celebrations and wedding extravaganzas, make sure you have memories intact in your archive on the tip of your fingers. Unlike traditional videography, VR releases a feeling of dopamine as if you were physically present at the venue.


It takes you to the other side of the screen and allows you to experience reality as it is. As professional VR filmmakers, they aim to personalize the experience for you as much as possible. Experience the most crucial moments of your life in virtual reality and immerse yourself into an alternate world. 

For more information, click here and follow ViviR on facebook for latest updates. 

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