Earlier today Opposable VR revealed Fernádez Huerta from Ustwo Games and James Valls from Rebellion, would be joining the speaker line-up for the VR World Congress (VRWC) being held in April. Now further exhibitors have been added to the Bristol, UK-based event roster.
The VR World Congress allows developers, enthusiasts and more gather to talk about the latest virtual reality (VR) tech, best practises for working with it and much more. The dedicated expo hall will now include: Kite & Lightning, the studio developing Bebylon Battle Royale; Ximmerse, creating a mobile VR input solution, Block Interval, a studio working on Life of Lon; renowned studio Coatsink, which has created Esper and Esper 2 for Gear VR; Property Scape, a firm offering a one-stop-shop VR solution to estate agents; Starship, which is developing a mobile VR social network named vTime; Trinus allows PC gamers to play their videogames in VR on their phone; BMT Group creates immersive learning experiences and BIVROST is a 360-degree stereoscopic camera system.
All of these exhibitors will be showcasing their latest projects and products, alongside the growing list of speakers that will be attending the conference. The VRWC 2016 will take place on 12th April from 09:00 – 17:00 GMT and organisers expect to see around 600 visitors attending the event.
Tickets for the expo are available to purchase now for £32.25 GBP, while a full ticket which includes the conference retails for £250.99 GBP. VRFocus will continue to cover all the latest updates for VRWC 2016 as announcements are made.