SpaceVR to Exhibit 360° Content at ISS R&D Conference

SpaceVR has recently signed an agreement to exhibit at the International Space Station (ISS) Research and Development Conference, on 7-9th July 2015, being held at the Marriott Copley Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.

The ISS R&D Conference is the connection to the latest innovations, breakthroughs and discoveries onboard the International Space Station. And brings together the leading minds in scientific research from the commercial and academic communities.

Ryan Holmes, CEO of SpaceVR says, “The ISS R&D Conference provides education on game-changing science, news on research upcoming on the ISS and amazing opportunities for us to engage with our future VR Astronauts.”

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And CTO of SpaceVR, Isaac DeSouza, adds, “We are well positioned to display our 360° Virtual Reality content secured from the SpaceX rocket launch with the SpaceVR prototype camera on June 28, 2015. Please join us in the SpaceVR booth for the opportunity to experience this content first-hand.”

SpaceVR, which VRFocus has previously reported on, was founded in January 2015 by Ryan Holmes, CEO and Isaac DeSouza, CTO. The company is the world’s first VR platform sharing live 3D, 360 degree content from the International Space Station.

Not just intent with going to ISS, SpaceVR has plans which go beyond ISS in the future. In 2017 the company is aiming to put a camera on the moon, then in 2022 on an asteroid and finally in 2026 a camera on Mars.

VRFocus will be keeping up with events from SpaceVR and its progress into space.