The participants will be able to learn about the tendencies of the narrative related to multi-user Virtual Reality experiences. We will also talk about the elements needed to create and implement experiences for multiple users for large formats.
Virtualware Group is a global technology group specialized in developing innovative digital business models. With 14 years of experience in the market, closed 2017 with a turnover of 4.7 million Euros – representing a +20% growth on 2016. The Group is formed by three companies working in the field of immersive and interactive technologies, two of them present in this World Conference & Expo: Virtualware and Nmerso. Virtualware offers high-tech-value-added bespoke solutions based on Immersive and Interactive technologies for different fields of activity (Health, Industry 4.0, Leisure & Entertainment…). Nmerso, commercializes large scale immersive rooms for Leisure and entertainment with Virtualware’s patented technology.
Virtualware Group has 70 people in its offices in Bilbao, Madrid, United Kingdom, Mexico and Chile, and has its own R +D+ i Centre (Virtualware Labs).
Over the past seventeen years, Joss Monzón has led creative and strategic teams all over the world working in physical and digital playgrounds across lifestyle, entertainment, technology and non-profits, with a unique philosophy: to make beautifully simple work, that cuts through the noise and helps brands tell their stories.
CEO of Nmerso (www.nmerso.com), an international company specializing in the generation of virtual reality experiences for multi-users and large formats, proprietary of patented technology; VP of Virtualware, a multi-localized company specialized in immersive and interactive technologies; VP of the Multimedia Cluster of Immersive Technologies (CLUMTI); Sergio Ramirez has developed an intense activity within the scope of application of information and communication technologies, immersive technologies, digital and creative media in Europe, Canada, the United States, Mexico and LATAM.
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