100+ AR/VR Companies to Gather at This Week’s SVVR 2017 Expo – Save $200

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This week’s Silicon Valley VR Expo 2017 is set to bring together the core of the VR industry from Silicon Valley and beyond. As VR’s biggest industry event, this year’s event represents the most diverse group of companies from around the world ever to attend the conference.

Well known as one of the largest and most senior VR communities, SVVR has been a focal point of the growing virtual reality industry in Silicon Valley with a schedule of regular local events. Now in its fourth year, the organization’s annual Silicon Valley VR Expo is an industry-focused event for all verticals in VR, bringing together top names in VR research, engineering, development, entertainment, and enterprise services to discuss the latest trends, exhibit innovations, and showcase the future of VR.

svvr-2017-convention-centerThis week from March 29th to 31st at the San Jose Convention Center, SVVR 2017 is set to bring three days of talks, panels, and workshops with insights from leaders in VR, and a show floor featuring more than 100 exhibitors.

This year the event will have dedicated tracks covering medical VR, VR development & content creation, VR for education, WebVR, location-based VR & Vsports, and feature regional pavilions from Japan, Korea, China, and Europe.

Session Highlights: 

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  • Lucidfer

    Great line-up, some pretty cool people in the roster. I hope to hear some well-needed step-backs and criticism of the general VR approach, although Europe is a way better place than the Silicon Valley to do so.