British Airways passengers were dipped into virtual reality
Created on 26.08.2019 09:54
British Airways has expanded the range of on-board entertainment services - until the end of 2019, virtual reality glasses will be available to first-class passengers on flights from London to New York, according to The Verge.
They can use them for watching movies from the on-board entertainment filling system or for meditation.
According to British Airways, SkyLights AlloSky virtual reality glasses should help people with aerophobia.
The device provides access to a number of therapeutic programs, including guided meditation and sound therapy, which will help those, who are afraid of flying on airplanes.
During long flights, it will also be possible to watch documentary or art movies, as well as television travel programs in 2D, 3D or 360° formats.