The Virtual Reality Symposium being held in Signapore has just announced its keynote speaker for the event which is due to take place across November the 17th and 18th. The speaker in question will be Google VR’s Manuel Clement, a VR Designer and Prototyper.
ACI is delighted to bring you the regions first Virtual Reality Symposium (VRS) 2016 – a high-level strategic conference focused on the potential of the virtual reality market in Asia specifically!
- Make Google Daydream VR apps with a DIY Dev Kit
- Google will be creating its own Daydream VR headset
- Report: Google still has a standalone VR/AR headset in the works
Of specific interest will be focusing on Google’s work around its Google Daydream platform and Clement will be presenting his keynote addressing specifically on VR learnings about interactions, immersion, social, and more.
“Daydream Labs has built more than 60 VR app experiments in 30 weeks. In this session, Manuel Clement will discuss what his team has learned about interactions, immersion, social, and more. From “data viz” to “slides & ladders”, sometimes their most playful projects gave us the deepest insights into what makes VR both useful and fun.”
Other attendees of the Virtual Reality Symposium conference include representatives from companies such as Ubisoft, Alibaba, Two Worlds, IcebergX and more so expect some interesting VR announcements coming out.
Virtual reality has huge potential in the Asian market so it will be interesting to see what hardware and announcements these manufacturers have planned, specifically around Daydream VR.