What we're about

We're the leading virtual reality gathering in San Francisco, and we have a great time! Our format is very casual and all skill levels are welcome. We host two speakers per event so there is plenty of time to try demos and meet each other. You'll learn about the latest VR tech and also experience the newest hardware and software. The Bay Area is home to many of the original pioneers of VR as well as the new trailblazers. There is no better place to meet your fellow enthusiasts, artists, and developers. Past speakers and demos include Oculus, Sixense, zSpace, Mozilla, Leap Motion, Faceshift, Worldviz, MTBS3D, CastAR, Virtuix, Tactical Haptics, Condition One, and more.

Join us and help shape the future of this tech. We'd love for you to stop by :)

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Upcoming events (5)

Aframe WebXr Open-Source Code Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight We meet every Wednesday from 7pm to 10pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) San Francisco time. Read about the latest updates and the history of past hacknights here Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight 5 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mz81J0dx0g5KMkCggcLeadjTsQf4_U7zf9CrJ5URyLo/edit?usp=sharing You can watch the 4th Hacknight here (well most of it, next time the whole frame) https://youtu.be/FbovEMmV4-w Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building open source code for AR and VR applications. Our goal with this meetup could be to help get one million people programming WebXR applications, we can link our sites together, pin links to them on Facebook groups, share links across social media, and share them via QR code images on social media and we can change the world, to build and deploy applications on the web in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, on computers, phones, tablets, headsets, glasses, and on 3D displays. Our plan is to make any code that we make during this hacknight open source or otherwise free to use to support the development of the XR web. Anyone who is writing code with Aframe, Webxr, threejs, babylonjs and or other Webxr related technologies is welcome to attend and contribute to this online collective coding hacknight effort to learn, teach, share and collaborate. The idea in the beginning is to create a regular weekly open source coding meetup for aframe/webxr via the open source jitsu which is a free open source video communication & screensharing platform. In our meetups people can learn to code together and create open source coding projects together. The plan is to record the hacknight and upload it to video sites (like youtube) so that people who can’t make it on time can opt to watch it later. We also plan to live stream it. If you can't make it this Wednesday we plan to come back every Wednesday to do it again. Jitsu link https://meet.jit.si/ConstantAdviceDistortSomewhere To join by phone instead, tap this: [masked],,[masked]#

Aframe WebXr Open-Source Code Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight We meet every Wednesday from 7pm to 10pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) San Francisco time. Read about the latest updates and the history of past hacknights here Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight 5 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mz81J0dx0g5KMkCggcLeadjTsQf4_U7zf9CrJ5URyLo/edit?usp=sharing You can watch the 4th Hacknight here (well most of it, next time the whole frame) https://youtu.be/FbovEMmV4-w Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building open source code for AR and VR applications. Our goal with this meetup could be to help get one million people programming WebXR applications, we can link our sites together, pin links to them on Facebook groups, share links across social media, and share them via QR code images on social media and we can change the world, to build and deploy applications on the web in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, on computers, phones, tablets, headsets, glasses, and on 3D displays. Our plan is to make any code that we make during this hacknight open source or otherwise free to use to support the development of the XR web. Anyone who is writing code with Aframe, Webxr, threejs, babylonjs and or other Webxr related technologies is welcome to attend and contribute to this online collective coding hacknight effort to learn, teach, share and collaborate. The idea in the beginning is to create a regular weekly open source coding meetup for aframe/webxr via the open source jitsu which is a free open source video communication & screensharing platform. In our meetups people can learn to code together and create open source coding projects together. The plan is to record the hacknight and upload it to video sites (like youtube) so that people who can’t make it on time can opt to watch it later. We also plan to live stream it. If you can't make it this Wednesday we plan to come back every Wednesday to do it again. Jitsu link https://meet.jit.si/ConstantAdviceDistortSomewhere To join by phone instead, tap this: [masked],,[masked]#

Aframe WebXr Open-Source Code Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight We meet every Wednesday from 7pm to 10pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) San Francisco time. Read about the latest updates and the history of past hacknights here Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight 5 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mz81J0dx0g5KMkCggcLeadjTsQf4_U7zf9CrJ5URyLo/edit?usp=sharing You can watch the 4th Hacknight here (well most of it, next time the whole frame) https://youtu.be/FbovEMmV4-w Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building open source code for AR and VR applications. Our goal with this meetup could be to help get one million people programming WebXR applications, we can link our sites together, pin links to them on Facebook groups, share links across social media, and share them via QR code images on social media and we can change the world, to build and deploy applications on the web in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, on computers, phones, tablets, headsets, glasses, and on 3D displays. Our plan is to make any code that we make during this hacknight open source or otherwise free to use to support the development of the XR web. Anyone who is writing code with Aframe, Webxr, threejs, babylonjs and or other Webxr related technologies is welcome to attend and contribute to this online collective coding hacknight effort to learn, teach, share and collaborate. The idea in the beginning is to create a regular weekly open source coding meetup for aframe/webxr via the open source jitsu which is a free open source video communication & screensharing platform. In our meetups people can learn to code together and create open source coding projects together. The plan is to record the hacknight and upload it to video sites (like youtube) so that people who can’t make it on time can opt to watch it later. We also plan to live stream it. If you can't make it this Wednesday we plan to come back every Wednesday to do it again. Jitsu link https://meet.jit.si/ConstantAdviceDistortSomewhere To join by phone instead, tap this: [masked],,[masked]#

Aframe WebXr Open-Source Code Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight We meet every Wednesday from 7pm to 10pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) San Francisco time. Read about the latest updates and the history of past hacknights here Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight 5 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mz81J0dx0g5KMkCggcLeadjTsQf4_U7zf9CrJ5URyLo/edit?usp=sharing You can watch the 4th Hacknight here (well most of it, next time the whole frame) https://youtu.be/FbovEMmV4-w Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building open source code for AR and VR applications. Our goal with this meetup could be to help get one million people programming WebXR applications, we can link our sites together, pin links to them on Facebook groups, share links across social media, and share them via QR code images on social media and we can change the world, to build and deploy applications on the web in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, on computers, phones, tablets, headsets, glasses, and on 3D displays. Our plan is to make any code that we make during this hacknight open source or otherwise free to use to support the development of the XR web. Anyone who is writing code with Aframe, Webxr, threejs, babylonjs and or other Webxr related technologies is welcome to attend and contribute to this online collective coding hacknight effort to learn, teach, share and collaborate. The idea in the beginning is to create a regular weekly open source coding meetup for aframe/webxr via the open source jitsu which is a free open source video communication & screensharing platform. In our meetups people can learn to code together and create open source coding projects together. The plan is to record the hacknight and upload it to video sites (like youtube) so that people who can’t make it on time can opt to watch it later. We also plan to live stream it. If you can't make it this Wednesday we plan to come back every Wednesday to do it again. Jitsu link https://meet.jit.si/ConstantAdviceDistortSomewhere To join by phone instead, tap this: [masked],,[masked]#

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