Join us for a casual evening of tech talks and networking at the Twitter London space. This event will start with a brief intro into our 2017 Mozilla tech road map, with talks featuring our guest speaker Ada Rose Edwards on A-Frame, and Guillaume Marty talking about how AR can work on simple devices already in your pocket. We will also have snacks and light refershments throughout the evening. Come meet Mozilla and others passionate about making VR work on the Web!:
Introduction to building Virtual Reality with the web by Ada Rose Edwards
This talk will discuss what the web can bring to VR and be a beginners guide to building VR with custom HTML elements provided by the A-Frame library.
# Augmenting reality with your mobile by GMarty
You may thing that augmented reality needs complex hardware and sophisticated software. But if you look at the device that's in your pocket, you'll find it's full of sensors and capabilities allowing to create convincing AR experiences. In this talk, we'll break down how AR works and how you can build your own mobile experience!
Guillaume, GMarty, has been working in the web industry for more than a decade, and previously as a software engineer at Mozilla on the Firefox OS team. He's passionate about web technologies and contributes regularly to open source projects. He's also fascinated by video games, animation, and, as a Japanese speaker, foreign languages. Follow Guillaume on Twitter @g_marty
Ada is a Web Developer Advocate for the Samsung Internet Web Browser. Her passion is in using the Web to bring VR to the World!Follow Ada on Twitter @lady_ada_king
Freelance front-end developer
Co-founder of Matrix.org
VR & WebVR evangelist, Connecting European women in VR/AR. Founder of LucidWeb
Content Architect at Lonely Planet
MozFest volunteer & FFOS enthusiast