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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.

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Upcoming events (5)

A-Frame WebXR Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight RSVP here for the Sunday meetup from 11am to 2pm PT (Pacific Time Zone). PT, the Pacific Time Zone, changes from (PST, UTC−08:00) to (PDT, UTC−07:00) on the second Sunday in March and the time returns from (PDT, UTC−07:00) to (PST, UTC−08:00) on the first Sunday in November. Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight is a twice weekly meetup for programmers who want to contribute to the open source development of WebXR. We welcome people to bring presentations, discussions, working code examples, and product demos that utilize webxr with aframe, threejs, babylonjs, webgl 2, wasm, and webgpu. If you are working on something novel that qualifies as webxr we definitely want to give you the platform to show us what you are working on. We are also hosting, supporting, and inviting the community to help support the development of the open source aframe-physics-system and the aframe-extras repo from on our github at https://github.com/n5ro We have two meetings. Sunday from 11am to 2pm PT (San Francisco time zone), and Wednesday 7pm to 10pm PT (San Francisco time zone) We started the Sunday meetup for people in other time zones that could not make the Wednesday night meetups. We use a free open source video chat tool called jitsi, we share a google doc, and use glitch and github to code online together, and to share the code during and after. https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building novel new code for AR and VR applications. 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 code together, improve their coding skill and create open source coding projects together. (This meetup is not for people who have no intention of doing any programming themselves) The plan is to record video of the meetup, including the screen sharing and later share it online to video sites (like youtube), we tried live streaming to youtube but I think the quality is better if we record first and upload after. I've been posting them on my existing youtube channel. I may move them into their own new youtube channel that matches the group name in the future. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoZKs8z4EEgwtfsbkY2siA/videos?view=57&view_as=subscriber https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight

A-Frame WebXR Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight RSVP here for the Wednesday meetup from 7pm to 10pm PT (Pacific Time Zone). PT, the Pacific Time Zone, changes from (PST, UTC−08:00) to (PDT, UTC−07:00) on the second Sunday in March and the time returns from (PDT, UTC−07:00) to (PST, UTC−08:00) on the first Sunday in November. Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight is a twice weekly meetup for programmers who want to contribute to the open source development of WebXR. We welcome people to bring presentations, discussions, working code examples, and product demos that utilize webxr with aframe, threejs, babylonjs, webgl 2, wasm, and webgpu. If you are working on something novel that qualifies as webxr we definitely want to give you the platform to show us what you are working on. We are also hosting, supporting, and inviting the community to help support the development of the open source aframe-physics-system and the aframe-extras hosted on our github here https://github.com/n5ro We have two meetings. Sunday from 11am to 2pm PT (San Francisco time zone), and Wednesday 7pm to 10pm PT (San Francisco time zone) We started the Sunday meetup for people in other time zones that could not make the Wednesday night meetups. We use a free open source video chat tool called jitsi, we share a google doc, and use glitch and github to code online together, and to share the code during and after. https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building novel new code for AR and VR applications. The idea in the beginning was to create a regular weekly open source coding meetup for A-Frame WebXR via the open source jitsu which is a free open source video communication & screen sharing platform. In our meetups people can code together, improve their coding skill and create open source coding projects together. (This meetup is not for people who have no intention of doing any programming themselves) The plan is to record video of the meetup, including the screen sharing and later share it online to video sites (like youtube), we tried live streaming to youtube but I think the quality is better if we record first and upload after. I've been posting them on my existing youtube channel. I may move them into their own new youtube channel that matches the group name in the future. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoZKs8z4EEgwtfsbkY2siA/videos?view=57&view_as=subscriber https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight

A-Frame WebXR Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight RSVP here for the Sunday meetup from 11am to 2pm PT (Pacific Time Zone). PT, the Pacific Time Zone, changes from (PST, UTC−08:00) to (PDT, UTC−07:00) on the second Sunday in March and the time returns from (PDT, UTC−07:00) to (PST, UTC−08:00) on the first Sunday in November. Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight is a twice weekly meetup for programmers who want to contribute to the open source development of WebXR. We welcome people to bring presentations, discussions, working code examples, and product demos that utilize webxr with aframe, threejs, babylonjs, webgl 2, wasm, and webgpu. If you are working on something novel that qualifies as webxr we definitely want to give you the platform to show us what you are working on. We are also hosting, supporting, and inviting the community to help support the development of the open source aframe-physics-system and the aframe-extras repo from on our github at https://github.com/n5ro We have two meetings. Sunday from 11am to 2pm PT (San Francisco time zone), and Wednesday 7pm to 10pm PT (San Francisco time zone) We started the Sunday meetup for people in other time zones that could not make the Wednesday night meetups. We use a free open source video chat tool called jitsi, we share a google doc, and use glitch and github to code online together, and to share the code during and after. https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building novel new code for AR and VR applications. 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 code together, improve their coding skill and create open source coding projects together. (This meetup is not for people who have no intention of doing any programming themselves) The plan is to record video of the meetup, including the screen sharing and later share it online to video sites (like youtube), we tried live streaming to youtube but I think the quality is better if we record first and upload after. I've been posting them on my existing youtube channel. I may move them into their own new youtube channel that matches the group name in the future. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoZKs8z4EEgwtfsbkY2siA/videos?view=57&view_as=subscriber https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight

A-Frame WebXR Online Hacknight

Online event

Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight RSVP here for the Wednesday meetup from 7pm to 10pm PT (Pacific Time Zone). PT, the Pacific Time Zone, changes from (PST, UTC−08:00) to (PDT, UTC−07:00) on the second Sunday in March and the time returns from (PDT, UTC−07:00) to (PST, UTC−08:00) on the first Sunday in November. Aframe WebXR Online Hacknight is a twice weekly meetup for programmers who want to contribute to the open source development of WebXR. We welcome people to bring presentations, discussions, working code examples, and product demos that utilize webxr with aframe, threejs, babylonjs, webgl 2, wasm, and webgpu. If you are working on something novel that qualifies as webxr we definitely want to give you the platform to show us what you are working on. We are also hosting, supporting, and inviting the community to help support the development of the open source aframe-physics-system and the aframe-extras hosted on our github here https://github.com/n5ro We have two meetings. Sunday from 11am to 2pm PT (San Francisco time zone), and Wednesday 7pm to 10pm PT (San Francisco time zone) We started the Sunday meetup for people in other time zones that could not make the Wednesday night meetups. We use a free open source video chat tool called jitsi, we share a google doc, and use glitch and github to code online together, and to share the code during and after. https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight Lets code together! Lets collaborate on building novel new code for AR and VR applications. The idea in the beginning was to create a regular weekly open source coding meetup for A-Frame WebXR via the open source jitsu which is a free open source video communication & screen sharing platform. In our meetups people can code together, improve their coding skill and create open source coding projects together. (This meetup is not for people who have no intention of doing any programming themselves) The plan is to record video of the meetup, including the screen sharing and later share it online to video sites (like youtube), we tried live streaming to youtube but I think the quality is better if we record first and upload after. I've been posting them on my existing youtube channel. I may move them into their own new youtube channel that matches the group name in the future. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVoZKs8z4EEgwtfsbkY2siA/videos?view=57&view_as=subscriber https://meet.jit.si/aframewebxronlinehacknight

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A-Frame WebXR Online Hacknight

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