Augmented Reality - more than just funny glasses!
It is all about Immersion
Date: June 22, 2017
Time: Demo area open 5:30pm, Reception 6:30pm, Presentations start 7:15 pm
Location: Lynwood Dunn Theater of the AMPAS
1313 Vine, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Cost: Free Admission
Register Here: EVENTBRITE
The Visual Effects Society of Los Angeles and The Hollywood Section of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers invite you to join us for this informative and stimulating evening.
While you were putting on VR headsets, folks have been figuring out how to show us new and interesting things without disconnecting us from “Reality.” “AR” Augmented Reality and or “XR” offer us a new view of our world. Now with the help of cloud-based supercomputers or new mobile devices with “AI” Artificial Intelligence hardware we will see the world differently.
Our presenters will give us an overview of the landscape and technologies, insights into business opportunities, tools you will need to jump into this new communication media. And some other surprises. What are these pioneers facing to deliver content for this exciting genre?
Southern California companies who are creating content and technologies will be on hand to help us learn and whet our appetite for more knowledge in this very exciting new field.
Our producers for this event:
Ramón Bretón – CTO 3rd i QC Board of Managers of The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
Anthony Magliocco – Entertainment and Media Technology Marketing, Inc., Secretary of the Visual Effects Society Los Angeles Section
A partial list of speakers include:
Ed Lantz - President and CTO VORTEX Immersion Media Inc. www.vortexdomes.com
Theo Skye - Partner and Chief Innovation Officer, The Visionary www.thevisory.com
Eddie Offerman - VR/AR Researcher and Software Architect, Mirada Studios http://mirada.com/
Ralph Barbagallo - Fouder of FLARB,Ralph has produced AR projects for Hololens, Gear VR and Google Tango http://www.flarb.com
Greg Berkin - Managing Director Concours Ventures - Developing AR applications for film buffs! www.ttinet.com