Creative Keynote. Turn Off, Tune Out and Drop in: How some of the most radical ideas of tomorrow are being discovered within institutional academia, not just by dropouts in garages

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17 Sep 2017

Billy Zane, gives a behind the scenes glimpse into how The Convergence Lab is working to create life-changing advancements in the fields of VR, AR, machine learning and perception, advanced optics and artificial intelligence A.I.

Following this special film, session Chair - VR Society President, Jim Chabin will be joined by panellists Kathleen Schröter from Fraunhofer and Lewis Smithingham of 30 Ninjas to explore the huge opportunities that the world of immersive content and technologies brings to audiences.

Jim Chabin, President - VR Society
Billy Zane, Founder & CEO - The Convergence Lab
Kathleen Schröter, Head of Marketing & Corporate Communications - Fraunhofer HHI
Lewis Smithingham, President of New Technologies & Partner - 30 Ninjas
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