The technology of the future is available right now, and that’s what virtual reality (VR) manufacturers and developers are trying to tell people the world over. Whether it’s for industrial use, recreational or anything in between, VR is opening the future up to a new generation, and at trade shows like the Future Tech and Virtual Reality Show, you’ll be able to experience the technology of the future, now.
Taking place April 5th-7th 2018 at the Business Design Centre, London, the Future Tech and Virtual Reality Show will give guests the opportunity to engage and experience with the technology which is sure to soon change the world. Show features, conference sessions and workshops give all attendees access to expert opinion, research and case studies to help understand the future of technology.
The Future Tech and Virtual Reality Show make a point of having low ticket prices that anyone can afford, even if you’re there just to satisfy your curiosity, or are looking to develop your own VR software in the future. Whether you’re visiting for your small business on the Thursday and Friday, or for your own amusement on the Saturday, there’s plenty to interest and entertain.
The show will have a bunch of features and different areas, which include things like a VR Nightclub, 360 degree Aquarium, a Vocktail Bar, Healthcare 2.0, a Digital Gym, Agency Hub, Games Arcade and more.
In addition to that, there will of course be conferences on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday, including talks on how VR and more can be integrated with existing industries, and the role media can play in the expansion of VR as a medium. On Saturday, the public day, the conferences take a turn for the slightly more approachable, as they talk about gaming, entertainment and culture. For a full list of conferences, do look at the website.
Tickets are available for the Future Tech and Virtual Reality Show right now, Day Passes start at £22, but students and families can get a discount. VIPs can get a business pass for £190, which of course includes all the access to all the demos, conferences and more. Take a look at their website for full list of prices.
There’ll be plenty of new and exciting technology at the show, well worth looking at for both enthusiasts and those trying to get a new VR company off the ground. For all of the latest in the VR industry, make sure to keep reading VRFocus.