ViveCon 2021 promises to examine HTC Vive’s plans in detail, and offer some revealing insights into how first-movers are utilising its technology for a range of use cases
➨ Day one will be a ‘keynote event’ in which HTC Vive debuts ‘what’s new’
➨ ViveCon will conclude on 12 May with ISV partner and developer sessions
➨ The event is free-to-attend and registration is still open
HTC Vive has revealed the agenda for its two-day, free-to-attend ViveCon event being held on 11 and 12 May.
Day one will be a “keynote event” in which HTC Vive debuts “what’s new”, including “game-changing VR headsets, software, and platforms to take your experience to another level”.
Note the plural on “headsets”, after the company teased the launch of a new device earlier this month. Credit to UploadVR for reporting Nikolai Dragnes’s tip on this development.
ViveCon will conclude on 12 May with ISV (independent software vendor) partner and developer sessions. These will offer “the latest insight, thought-leadership, and opportunities in the virtual space”.
Confirmed speakers include David Whelan, chief executive officer of Engage developer Immersive VR Education, futurist Cathy Hackl, and Gita Barry, executive vice president and general manager at global healthcare company Penumbra. They will be joined by several HTC Vive experts.
ViveCon 2021 is free to attend. Anyone who hasn’t done so already should follow this link.
Businesses and professional users should definitely reserve themselves a spot. The event promises to examine HTC Vive’s plans in detail, and offer some revealing insights into how first-movers are utilising its technology for a range of use cases.
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