The summer and autumn agenda for videogame events is always heavily packed, with shows occurring every week. Towards the end of the year events start to reduce in number, but provide important information on the virtual reality (VR) industry. Scheduled to take place on Tuesday 3rd November 2015 at Gray Area Theater in San Francisco’s Mission District, California, USA is the San Francisco Virtual Reality (SFVR) #11 event. With the event under a month away, an initial list of exhibitors has been revealed.
Included in this first list is Voxiebox, which allows users to see digital media come alive in physical 3D. inVR creates and shares VR experiences, the company will also have a HTC Vive on demo. FlickrVR is experimenting with the Oculus DK2 development kit to create new types of photo viewing experiences. BrainFizzVR is showing the Type 46 Reality Bridgem an easy to use desktop appliance that facilitates communication with those immersed in VR without disrupting their sense of presence. A lot of horsepower and features packed into a small stylish art deco package.. Realiteer will be bringing RealTrigger an interactive motion-tracking VR controller. XEODesign is an award-winning firm that helps organizations increase engagement with play.
EaseVR uses experience-driven analytics for virtual, augmented (AR) and mixed realities (MR). Project Hypnos is about an emotionally immersive 360 Oculus Film Experience from Team Hypnos. Virtually Live will be demonstrating The Virtually Live platform which enables everyone to experience the magic of attending live sports and events, no matter where they are. DODOcase will have on display VR viewers designed and crafted in California, USA. LucidCam will be demoing its VR consumer camera. CorvusVR and Incendiary Games a videogame startup making Oculus Rift enabled titles.