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Get hands-on with virtual reality at VR in a Bar in London next month

Get hands-on with virtual reality at VR in a Bar in London next month

London networking event VR in a Bar returns in December to help spread some Christmas cheer in the real and virtual worlds.

Taking place at the Loading Bar on Thursday, December 8th, the event lets attendees try out the latest virtual reality tech and games.

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It’s also a great chance to network with your industry peers in the space and, of course, have a few drinks and have some fun!

The event is sponsored by VR Connects, which takes place on January 16th and 17th 2017.

If you would like to exhibit or sponsor at VR in a Bar, contact samantha@virtualumbrella.marketing.

Visit the VR in a Bar Eventbrite page for further details.


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Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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Sergey Vishnivetsky
An interesting event. I'm a developer of VR games. We create small VR games. Therefore, it would be interesting for me to visit this event. Since besides game development, I like to play VR games. I often play games in the center of virtual reality - https://virivr.com.au/ and on my PlayStation 4. At such events, you can learn a lot of interesting and useful things. Many people share their knowledge in the field of virtual reality. Also, many people share their experiences in developing or using virtual reality. This information can be effectively used in my professional activity. In addition, this is a place where everyone likes virtual reality.
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