Last year virtual reality (VR) group Dutch VR Meetup announced a four day event being held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Following on form the success of the show, the event has had a name change to VR Days Europe to be held this November.
The four day event will be split into conferences and exhibitions sections, with the first day purely focused on the conference, day two will be expert sessions and exhibitions, day three just exhibitions while the final day is dedicated to opera and VR.
Some of the speakers attending VR Days Europe include: Zbigniew Wolny – VR Explorers; Przemek Siemion – VR Explorers; Daniel Doornink – VRBASE; Edwin van Gessel – Force Field VR; Barbara Lippe – entreZ; Alexis Macklin – Greenlight Insights; Albert ‘Skip’ Rizzo – University of Southern California; Hylke Sprangers – Talpa; Ela Darling – VRTube; Gabo Arora – United Nations / Lightshed; Steye Hallema – Jaunt VR; Toby Coffey – National Theatre; Phil Tippett – Tippett Studio; Jarrad Vladich – The Mill; Dominic Eskofier – NVIDIA; Martin Tirion – Microsoft and many more.
Due to the size of VR Days Europe, it’s split between three locations in the city. They are the striking VondelCS building in Amsterdam’s beautiful Vondelpark, the Stadsschouwburg in the city centre and the city’s newly opened VRBase.
There’s a multitude of different ticket options available, all depending on how much visitors want to see. If attendees want to see all of it and immerse themselves in VR sessions and demos then there’s the All Access ticket for €299 EUR. Just for the conference it’s €199, the expert sessions are €149 or the consumer exhibition on day three is €7.50. For all the prices and further session info head to the VR Days Europe website.
Its takes place from 3rd – 6th November, and for all the latest details, keep reading VRFocus.