November 13, 2019
The Vision & Impact Conference presents concrete cases of unimagined workings of XR in today’s world and visions of a world in the making.
What is the role and meaning of XR in today’s world? In what ways is XR technology impacting us already? Which industries and who is benefiting from XR technology?
What is the overarching vision on how Virtual, Augmented and Artificial technologies will transform our societies? Where are these technologies leading us?
In the Vision and Impact Conference learn how to influence the course of the future and create a real world where everybody benefits from the Virtual Revolution
09:30 – 17:30
Benjamin de Wit & Daan Doornik | Opening words
Dominic Eskofier | Eden World Premiere at VR Days: XR solutions you haven’t thought about
Anna Mura | Brain, Technology and in between
Michel van der Aa & Roelof Terpstra| ‘Eight’ the Trailblazing Fusion of Musical Theatre and Virtual Reality
Chagall |ADVAITA: Performing with Movement-Based Music Technology
Michael Kaldenbach | TBA
Brandon Harper | Defining Ambient Experience Design
Kiira Benzing | Runnin’ – A Volumetric Journey
Nathaniel ‘Nathie’ de Jong | TBA
Ricardo Laganaro | Creating ‘The Line’ (Best VR Immersive Experience, Venice Film Festival)
Neil McDonell | TBA
Tupac Martir | TBA
Kelly Ingham | Future of AR/VR for Consumers and Businesses
Steye Halleman | The Smartphone Orchestra
Lustrum Panel with Skip Rizzo, Barbara Lippe, Maria Engermann, Jack McCauley, Kelly Ingham
LBVR Panel Hosted by Vicon with Dr. Caecilia Charbonnier, Eleanor Whitley, Hajime Kotani, Wilco Vos and Richard Graham
Fabien Siouffi, COO at UNI-XR France
VR Days is one of these rare events that has it all. From leading XR tech giants, and up-and-coming startups to award winning artists and thinkers, VR Days gets the best of each category to give you the scoop on the unique promise of XR. Unmissable.
Nathaniel de Jong
Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia
ARVORE Immersive Experiences
Michel van der Aa
Double Eye Studios
Royal Dutch Shell
University of Glasgow