VRTGO Developer Day
Mar 23rd 2017

VRTGO Developer Day

Gateshead, UK

Date & Times: Thursday, March 23rd 2017
11am to 7pm
Location: Gateshead, United Kingdom
Region: Europe
Expected Size: 0 – 100
Ticket Cost: 30 GBP
Target Audience: Developers, Indie Developers, Recruitment, Students, Creatives
Event Type: Conference
Featured Platforms: iOS, Android, Wearables, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality

VRTGO’s sell out developer day returns on the 23rd March 2017! Register before 9th March for just £30 Click HERE

This event will give you more technical insight to keep you on top of game – you will have a chance to ask questions from the people leading the way in VR. In addition, you will meet those important contacts and try some of the latest demos.

The Developer Day will also incorporate a session from the Khronos Group who are discussing VR industry standards. Khronos Group includes leading technology companies such as Samsung, Sony, Intel and more.

Other Speakers include Dan Gilmore from Atomhawk, talking about ‘Designing VR UI’ and Tom Painter from Bigman, talking about ‘Creating Mixed Reality Video’

Exhibitors include: ARM, Coatsink, Samsung, Vector 76 and more to be announced.

Event – VRTGO Dev Day
Date – 23rd March
Venue – NDC, Gateshead
Start – 11am
Lunch and Networking - 12:30pm
Demo's, Networking and Beer - 5:30pm
Finish – 7pm

So if you are looking for an insightful/ interesting day to learn about the technical side of VR and try the latest demos for yourself…

Check out this link to secure your tickets:

See you there!


Northern Design Centre
Abbott's Hill
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