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Schedule for XTech 2017 Expo On Digital Neuroscience Tech Released, Ticket Discount Inside

If you’re interested in how neuroscience and digital technology are coming together to improve human performance the next year’s XTech conference will be worth a look. The expo takes place across two days in March 2017 and recently the organisers released the full schedule, and VRFocus has a chunky ticket discount available.   

XTech (Experimental Technologies) products, platforms, and services are impacting $100B+ industries including health, wellness, learning, training, sports and entertainment, and the expo looks at new digital technologies, including: digital reality systems – virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mix reality (MR), artificial intelligence and deep learning algorithms and advanced robotics and more.

Xtech 2017 logo

Sessions being held at XTech 2017 include:

Digital Reality Platforms for the Masses

Richard Marks, Head of Playstation Magic Lab, Sony Interactive Entertainment

Zvi Greenstein, General Manager VR, NVIDIA

Rikard Steiber, President Viveport and SVP Virtual Reality, HTC

John Spinale, General Partner, JAZZ Venture Partners

Designing Next Generation Experiential Landscapes

Brent Bushnell, CEO, Two Bit Circus

Cliff Plumer, CTO, The Void

Jeff Soo, Product Design Lead, Oculus

John Harris, General Partner, JAZZ Venture Partners

Investing in Experiential Technology

Shankar Chandran, Managing Director, Samsung Catalyst Fund

Andrew Firlik, General Partner, JAZZ Venture Partners

Tipatat Chennavasin, General Partner, The Venture Reality Fund

While confirmed exhibitors include: Halo Neuroscience; Level EX; Pear Therapeutics; Plug and Play; Applied VR; Akili Interactive; iMotions; Qneuro; Rio Grande Neurosciences Inc. and StartX.

XTech 2017 runs from Tuesday, 14th March, 2017 – Wednesday, 15th March, 2017, in San Francisco, California. If you want to register head to the official website, and while you’re at it enter discount code: VRFocus, to get $100 USD off.

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