Tourism businesses are being encouraged to use virtual reality in a bid to promote Welsh attractions.
Visit Wales revealed it has awarded £290,000 to six VR projects under its Tourism Product Innovation Fund.
Economy Secretary Ken Skates said growing numbers of businesses were “embracing” the technology to “market themselves”.
Businesses and organisations claim it has increased engagement with potential visitors.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales received £30,000 from Visit Wales to create two VR videos – “Dolphin dive” off the coast of Pembrokeshire and “Flight of the kingfisher” over Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve in Cilgerran.
They were created in partnership with Island Friends as part of Wales’ 2017 Year of Legends campaign.