Everyday, VR Gamer brings you the latest news about virtual reality, browsing through the novelties and the quotes of the protagonists of this new industry. Faithful to our mission, we announce to you our participation as Media Partner in VR Connects London, first edition of one of the biggest global events dedicated to virtual and augmented reality. Created by the team of the legendary magazine Pocket Gamer, VR Connects London will take place in the English capitol from January 16th to 17th.

If you are willing to participate, here’s some good news for you: a 25% discount on the price of the ticket, which you can get at this link.

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During the two days of the conference, we will be on site to bring you all the latest news, discuss the hottest topics and report the words from the gurus of this new interactive medium. This is a rare occasion to be part of “la creme de la creme” of the immersive technologies experts, and get in touch with the decision makers we often talked about on this very paces.

A lot of important delegates are set to take part to the event, starting from Patrick O’Luanaigh, nDreams CEO, one of the most important creators who apply VR to game design (the very promising and beautiful The Assembly belongs to him). Among the guests, also Tedd Keefe, Senior Brand Manager VR at CCP, the team that has brought us one of the first next generation VR experiences, EVE: Valkyrie. Answering to the call also Ross Furmidge, Game Programmer at Coatsink Software, the creators of Esper, one of the most inventive VR puzzle games. PlayStation VR lovers will rejoice for the presence of Simon Harris, Executive Producer at Supermassive Games, the creators of horror hit Until DawnAt this link you can find the full list of the guests.

If you have any curiosity, write us about it in the comments: in London, we’ll make sure to forward your questions to the maximum experts of VR and AR. Please, keep in touch!

For any further information, you can visit the official VR Connects London website.

A proposito dell'autore

Guglielmo De Gregori
Editor ­in­ Chief

Dopo aver visto ogni fotogramma di Ghost in the Shell e Blade Runner, la sua vita non è stata più la stessa. Crede nel transumanesimo, aspetta ogni giorno l’arrivo della singolarità e il momento in cui potrà sostituire il suo corpo con una controparte sintetica. Nel frattempo, inganna l’attesa con la fantascienza, i videogiochi e, naturalmente, la realtà virtuale.

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