VRFocus is back for our second day at this year’s VR World Congress (VRWC), set to be another packed conference with over 2000 attendees from across the globe representing all fields of virtual reality (VR) and its related industries to Bristol in the UK. Crammed full of talks, experience, software and hardware. With representatives from Microsoft, Leap Motion, IBM, AMD, the Royal Opera House, Samsung, Ultrahaptics, Oculus Story Studio, the BBC and many more in attendance.
VRFocus will be bringing you content throughout today. Next up is a panel, featring Erfan Saadati of Surround Vision, Amy Pearson of Plan International UK, Jade Williams
of Apache, Alex Asen of UNCCD and freelance filmmaker Mary Matheson: “An informal panel with VR creators, directors and charity professionals discussing the subject of how VR/360 can be used to drive change in perception or increase charitable giving amongst government or the general public.”
Your liveblogger for the event is Peter Graham.
Join us throughout tomorrow on VRFocus for more for more liveblogs and stories from VRWC and, of course, the world at large.
Source: Liveblog: VR World Congress 2017 – “VR For Positive Change”