Cologne VR Meetup #16

Datum: 20 april 2017 Geschreven door: admin vr.nl In:

We have a new Location for #16! WHO HO!

The focus of the upcoming MeetUps is “VR/AR Games”. But, of course, not the only talking point in the evening.

At the beginning there is a short review of the successful VR Games 2016/2017 and their background. Then we will hear a talk by Daniel Korgel about his new Pinball VR Controller Project. Finally, we are looking forward to Andreas Hauber. He tells us about the trip from “Viking Rage” into the Steam Store.

And of course the games can be played with some other cool stuff.

CALL FOR DEMOS: Here is your chance! You have a Proof of Concept or you are in the “hot phase” of your Game? No matter! Bring your game and get some feedback from the coolest VR/AR crowd in Germany 😉

A Vive and a rift station are still available.

Scedual:

17:00 Opening

20:00 a short Welcome Presentation

20:15 Christian Steiner – VR/AR Gaming in 2016/2017 – shit is about to get real

20:45 Daniel Korgel – PinCade – a VR pinball controller

21:15 – Andreas Hauber – Viking Rage – from sketch into the steam store

from 20:45: VR Demos/Games, Networking and Drinks!

When: saturday 22. April 2017 17:00

Where: SAE Institute Cologne!

by Car: Carlswerkstraße 11c in 51063 Cologne Mülheim. You can park on the SAE site or on the streets in front of it.

by train: Mühlheim train station is a 10-minute walk away.

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