Remember to grab a snack beforehand, as we won’t have food onsite this event!
Welcome to our 8th Stockholm VR meetup!
We’re back to our original format this time, with some presentations followed by demos and mingle!
This time we’re located at SUP46, and the event venue is sponsored by STING. This meetup will be bigger and better than ever, with room for 100 people!
18:00 Doors Open
18:30-18:45 The News!
18:45-19:15 Koshi Hamedi (Simplygon) – “How to optimize content for VR”
Amazing game-play and concept is key to a great VR game, but another important factor is that your game runs smooth with a high frame-rate. All VR platforms have to render twice and are relying on a high frame-rate to not make the player sick. VR can be a new powerful platform for Players, in order to get the best experience to the market there are many things to take into consideration, this presentation will be a step in the right direction.
19:15-19:45 William Hamilton (mimerse) – “VR and psychology: One year later.”
Almost exactly one year ago William did his first presentation about VR and psychology at our meetup. Since then he’s led development at mimerse, the company he co-founded, which is releasing their first product soon, utilizing VR to aid people with crippling phobias.
19:45-20:00 Ricky Helgesson (Univrses) – “Wands and Univrses positional tracking for mobile VR”
20:00-21:00 Demos and Mingle – feel free to grab the mic and get on stage if you want to announce your project in max 5 minutes!
The location for this meetup is sponsored by Stockholm Innovation & Growth (STING).
Due to a high drop-off rate in recent meetups, we’ve taken notes from the amazing Unity Meetup Stockholm, and will open up RSVPs only a few days before the event. We’re doing this both to give everyone an equal chance to get a spot, as well as to prevent people from signing up way in advance only to not being able to show up at the event.