Nabbed AdvertisementsVR.com on the drop today. It looks like a decent niche. "Analysts say that VR ads are at the moment mainly popular within the tech industry, but have also gained notable interest from car brands, with Audi, Jaguar and Volvo among those releasing VR ads. Demonstrating the breadth of the technology's appeal, other brands with VR campaigns include Coca-Cola, which allowed consumers to virtually ride on Santa's sleigh; Nike, which captured Brazilian soccer player Neymar scoring for his national team; and even cheese brand Boursin, which journeyed viewers through a packed fridge. Explaining the place of VR in advertising, Hope Frank, CMO of advertising automation platform Kiosked, told CNBC via e-mail that "selling an experience has become a crucial part [its] of success." She adds that allowing the consumer to "explore the experience in an exciting new way prior to any purchase decision is highly valued by the luxury travel segment, transportation, hospitality and many more. http://www.cnbc.com/2016/08/19/virtual-reality-the-next-big-thing-in-advertising.html" Not very brandable, but I think keyword+VR does pretty well. Anyone here got the singular or inverse versions ?