At the VRX event in San Francisco back in December, we had many of the globe’s leading thinkers give their visionary insights on what the future of VR will look like.
Take a look at a few of the videos from the event here which give some amazing insights:
Tim Sweeney, CEO, Epic Games and Unreal Engine on how leading-edge advancements in digital humans, social interaction, user-created content, photorealistic graphics, and the blending of genres are breaking down barriers and enabling genuine human connection and interaction in VR –
Jason Rubin, Head of Content, Oculus in conversation with Ted Price, CEO, Insomniac Games on how they see the future of VR content playing out, both in the near and longer term –
Philip Rosedale, Founder of Second Life and High Fidelity on the possibility that a large amount of human activity will move into virtual worlds, and the behavioural and technical challenges associated with it –
The VRX event’s coming up again on May 11-12 in London and is the number one cross-industry global business event for companies looking to create the best virtual reality content and experiences across gaming, entertainment and enterprise.
An incredible speaker line-up already includes the likes of Audi, Framestore, CCP Games, Google, Microsoft, Atkins Global, Greenlight Insights, BBC, Unity, SuperData, Rebellion, vTime, MediaMonks, McLaren, Endemol Shine, Here Be Dragons, McCann Worldgroup, NetEase Games, Sony Pictures Entertainment … with dozens more to be confirmed in the coming weeks.