The general idea is to get together a group of VR enthusiasts to share ideas, demo stuff we've been working on and show the world how awesome VR will be. We are currently talking to- and meeting with developers who'd like to contribute by demoing, so let us know if you have something to show as well!
Besides the demo's there will be more stuff on the agenda, like a big brainstorm session and various inspirational speakers to talk about the impact and future of VR. We'll make sure to fold some Google cardboard headsets as well (https://developers.google.com/cardboard/).
More developers think the meetup is an awesome idea and opportunity to inspire each other! These are the guys:
Tim from archivision is the creator of the famous templecoaster and is very enthusiastic about the meetup and demoing their cool stuff! Hopefully the guys from archivision will bring a DK2 as well. http://www.archivision.nl/
Sander explores the thin line between the virtual and the physical world. http://www.sander-bos.nl/
Alle is an artist who translates his art into virtual reality.
Ruben is experimenting with various input methods for the Durovis Dive. Check out his work here: http://www.rvdleun.nl/durovis-dive
The following developers are looking forward to show you guys what they're working on:
Johan is working on a calorie burning fitness game and will help us lose some extra pounds at the meetup.
Nick from the UK is so enthusiastic he's willing to travel to Amsterdam and join us and show us his incredible Studio Ghibli VR demos, thanks Nick!
Wim is looking into the Durovis Dive, developing a 3D builder and a viewer and hopes to be able to share this with us at the meetup.
Samir is working on virtual interiors using 360 photos and videos, so you can virtually visit houses available on the market and get an impression as a potential buyer.
If you want to know more about any of these demo's don't hesitate to open a discussion at the group discussion page and start asking questions!
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