ApplicationsWebinar

Join IVRPA as we survey “state of the art” applications of Virtual & eXtended Reality (VR/XR) in education, medicine, safety, engineering, empathy and others.
Saturday, November 18th, 11 AM ET / 8 AM PT / 3 PM UTC.

When selling VR/XR to potential clients or a department within your company we are inevitably asked, “But does it really work? Is it worth spending — even increasing — our resources on VR/XR instead of doing what we always have in the past? Prove it!”

In this webinar, we'll explore real world case studies with measurable results in a variety of applications showing the effectiveness of VR/XR. The information provided in this webinar will back up your sales pitch with numbers and metrics from successful applications of VR/XR.

Case studies covered will include:

training & education

real estate

tourism

healthcare and more…

The presentation will run about an hour with a 1/2-hour Q&A period afterward.

The live webinar is free to the VR/XR community, but you must register to attend:

Register Now
https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__glDNSPUTeScbO2d6rkSvA

NOTE: To join this webinar, you MUST have the Zoom app installed on your computer, tablet, or phone. If you don't have that, aren't sure, or have an old version, download the app/program here.

NOTE 2: The webinar will be recorded and available on demand to IVRPA members. Not a member? Join today for access to all past and future webinar recordings and other online content.

This is the seventh in a series of IVRPA webinars this year with content for VR/XR creatives that you won’t easily find elsewhere. Webinars coming soon include:

Story Telling in VR Video — Even if you are expert in story-telling using traditional video, doing it in VR can be quite different. This webinar will give you a leg up in developing or improving your skills with this media.

Digital Twins — an approach and VR/XR product that opens serious new markets and opportunities for many of us, that can be exceedingly valuable for many organizations… and most don’t know it.


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