Articles Tagged ‘digicatbrighton’

VR Brighton Meetup #10: VR for training and learning

At this VR Brighton meetup we explore the opportunities and potential around immersive technology to train, teach and provide an engaging learning enviroment for citizens and business. And, as always, also expect lots of networking opportunities with VR and AR innovators, as well as the chance to have a hands-on play with demos. Sign up […]

VR Brighton Meetup #9: VR/ AR for the built environment

This VR Brighton meetup will explore how VR is being used to explore, design, capture and collaborate around built enviroments. And, as always, also expect lots of networking opportunities with VR and AR innovators, as well as the chance to have a hands-on play with demos. Sign up here.

VR Brighton Meetup #8: VR for Good

This VR Brighton will examine how immersive technology is being used to drive empathy for charitable causes, provide theraputic interventions and social issues. And, as always, also expect lots of networking opportunities with VR and AR innovators, as well as the chance to have a hands-on play with demos. Sign up here.  

Digital Catapult Centre Brighton Retail Innovation Day

DESCRIPTION This event is an application only Digital Catapult Centre Information Day, in which we look to explore the current and future frontiers of immersive technology (virtual, augmented and mixed reality) and its application within retail. We will have presentations from experts exploring the retail landscape, how immersive technology is currently being leveraged to deliver commercial […]

VR Brighton Meetup #6: Virtual Futures

This special VR Brighton meet-up for Brighton Digital Festival looks at VR Futures. We are delighted to have acclaimed sci-fi author Al Robertson talking about how he created imaginary VR/AR technologies for his two published novels, and what he learnt from that about how to build effective VR environments. In addition, we will also be […]

Curiscope Ed Barton

Educating in Virtual and Augmented Reality

Digital Catapult Centre Brighton’s February VR meetup focused on exploring the role virtual and augmented reality can play in the teaching and training of students, at any age.  Brighton-based Curiscope, who are pioneering cutting-edge immersive technologies in education, were on hand to lead the proceedings.  Ed Barton, the firm’s CEO, was on hand after the […]

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