MANCHESTER’S new view, the Virtual reality conference comes to Europe’s city of science.
With the conference in February being lead by Dr Tom-Dieck’s team and coworkers in the Creative Augmented and Virtual Reality Hub, he hopes that the chance to meet as an industry could lead to greatness.
“Let’s come together and share our experiences, let’s have a look at what other companies are doing.
“We found in the first two conferences that we ran that there is actually a lot of work going on, but very little of that is actually transported to those who are interested because everyone kind of works away in their own company or research and development lab, and therefore a large part of the experiences are held by the individuals as opposed to the industry.
“There is much to gain from coming and sharing more statistics and figures among ourselves to further the work we do.”
— anjanesh babu (@anjaneshbabu) November 25, 2015
As we come closer to the conference in february and more information is available to the public, Quays will present this and more topics in the world of science and industry in Manchester as 2017’s city of science events unfold.
By Thomas Taylor