It's been a while! Due to the busy schedule of the SWARVR team who have been delivering and consulting on successful AR and VR projects, we have not been able to find the time for a Meetup in 2018.
However, that's about to change!
We're very excited to announce the 3rd SWARVR Meetup. This Meetup will be part of the series of Open Doors Events that are happening during Digital Cities Bristol 2018, in association with the BBC, Business West and Bristol Media. The Open Doors events are an opportunity for businesses in the creative and digital sector to welcome groups for a look behind the scenes of this buzzing industry.
With this in mind, the Meetup will include speakers from industry, live demos, latest insights into research in AR / VR technology and a chance to network with like-minded people. We're really looking forward to it and are very pleased to announce that we've secured speakers from:
- Intoware, who have developed WorkfloPlus, a suite of products that enables businesses in complex industries to digitise critical processes and eliminate paper
- The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS); a not-for-profit specialist in digital engineering capability, and;
- The National Composites Centre (NCC); whose mission is to accelerate the growth of UK industrial output by enabling design and manufacturing enterprises to deliver winning solutions in the application of composites.
And, along with demos on the floor from these companies we're also delighted to be able to host a demo from a Finnish visual communications expert, whose latest technology we'll be demonstrating on their behalf.
We'd be grateful if you could spread the word about this (and the Open Doors https://www.businesswest.co.uk/grow/digital-cities-bristol-2018 events!).
We hope to see you on Friday 30th Nov! Complimentary drinks and nibbles will also be provided in the room.
Mark, Angela and Michael
About Digital Cities Bristol Week
Digital Cities Bristol is a week-long programme of free, inspirational learning and networking opportunities aimed at developing the skills of both the current and next generation of content makers working in the creative industries. The Digital Cities project has run successfully in Bristol for five years, bringing industry partners together to boost their region’s digital and production skills and acting as a catalyst for exciting collaborations within the creative sector. For full details please visit bit.ly/Digi-Bristol