VR recruiting allows you to pretend to be the athlete you never were.
Everyone likes to watch. But you can only watch so much adult entertainment. And when you aren’t watching adult entertainment, and actresses like Jesse Jane or Belle Knox you’re probably watching sports.
Recruiting top athletic prospects is priority numero uno with colleges and universities. With VR recruiting via 360 video experiences, prospects can now “visit” and walk the grounds (virtually) from their own homes.
First out of the gate to incorporate this new platform is Oklahoma State University. Pretend you are still in high school, were ever good at sports, and were highly sought after at any point in your life and watch this video as if you were a recruit:
MANDT VR produced the firstever 360-degree VR video series highlighting the school’s first class football facilities and Stillwater to differentiate it from other programs.
Emmy Award winning television and film producer Neil Mandt and longtime sports media and marketing executive Gordon Whitener have introduced MANDT VR, a new company that delivers unmatched, Hollywood-quality episodic content to the world of virtual reality.
Neil’s notable credits include the development and creation of the hit ESPN series “Jim Rome Is Burning,” ABC’s “Frozen Christmas Parade,” the Syfy Channel’s hit series “Destination Truth,” Food Network’s “The Shed,” Speed’s “The Car Show with Adam Carolla,” Versus’ Sports “Jobs with Junior Seau” and daily coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial for ABC News.
Check out MANDT VR via this link.