VR World to Feature Speakers From Microsoft, BBC, and Lufthansa Systems This Month in London

Not to be confused with VR & AR World, VR World is a one day only event based in the UK capital of London this month where virtual reality (VR) will be discussed in depth by various industry figures.

There are three particularly notable speakers that will take to the stage to talk about their areas of VR. There will be the Principal Creative Director of Microsoft, Felicia Williams, who has created applications for Microsoft’s HoloLens. As well as Williams, there will be Lufthansa Systems’ CIO, Joerg Liebe. Lufthanda Systems has created a VR for onflight entertainment with the Samsung Gear VR. Also to join is Cyrus Saihan, Head of Digital Partnerships at the BBC, who has looked into VR and the future of it.

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Sessions to follow throughout the day touch on a wide range of subjects within VR. There will be various case studies throughout the day that will give attendees a real insight into how soe of the biggest companies are utilising VR. As well as the organisations mentioned above, there will also be talks by Medical Realties regarding VR surgery; GlaxoSmith Kleine who will be talking about using VR to learn about shoppers; the National Autistic Society who is creating a gateway into letting people understand autism in a new way; Thomas Cook will be attending to look into how VR will change travel; and VR cinematic giants Jaunt VR will be talking about storytelling.

To attend this event all you have to do is fill out a form to register and wait for a response to see if you have been accepted. Registration is free and currently available right now.

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