Art & Architecture in VR

Datum: 6 mei 2018 Geschreven door: In:

We’re proud to announce another VR010 Meetup happening at Venture Café. This time it will all be about Art & Architecture in VR with talks from companies which influence the Dutch VR industry on this subject. Do you want to know more about how VR influences Art & Achitecture? Join us and learn how!

Speakers
Person: Johan Hanegraaf
Company: Mecanoo architecten

Person: Siebe Besseling, Chris van der Ploeg and Teun van Dooren
Company: ABT

Person: Bart Kok
Company: The Virtual Dutchmen

Schedule
– 17:00/20:00 VR010 meetup / community @Venture Café (4th floor)
– 17:00/20:00 Demo: HTC Vive, roomscale VR, by ABT
– 17:00/20:00 Demo: HTC Vive, roomscale VR, by The Virtual Dutchmen
– 18:00/18:30 Talk: The future of design will be immersive. by Mecanoo (live VR design demo)
– 18:30/19:00 Talk: The use of VR as common part in engineering and design. by ABT
– 19:00/19:30 Talk: VR for Architecture and more…
– 19:00/22:00 VR010 meetup @Café Engels (ground floor, drinks not incl.)

How can I sign up?
Sign up using this meetup page so we know how many people we can expect.

Got any questions?
Leave a message or contact me directly using meetup.

Special thanks to:
– Venture Cafe, location sponsor
– Johan Hanegraaf / Mecanoo, providing a talk
– ABT, providing a talk and demo
– The Virtual Dutchmen, providing a talk and demo

Kind regards,
Nathan van Hulst
Organizer

Commentaar op dit bericht is uitgeschakeld

Nieuwste VR-vacatures

LAATSTE NIEUWS

UITSPRAAK OVER VR

"To begin with, Virtual Reality is a part of computer science and it represents a new approach to computer science. Instead of treating the computer as a box that's out there that is supposed to accomplish something, you put a human being in the center and say, "Let's look at the human being closely. Let's see how people perceive the world or how they act. Let's design a computer to fit very closely around them, like a glove, you might say. Let's match up the technology to exactly what people are good at.""
Jaron Lanier, 1992