Knowledge Week is coming up, with events designed to celebrate Perth’s achievements in technology, education and innovation. For those interested in stepping into the gaming realities of the future, a special workshop is scheduled on Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Games.
Join game designer and entrepreneur Dr Kate Raynes-Goldie in this intensive hands-on workshop, where you will gain direct insight into the future of games. You will think and see the world like a game designer, learn about the most exciting virtual and augmented-reality game projects, and even try your hand at Stirfire Studios’ locally created VR game, Symphony of the Machine. There are limited spaces, so book soon.
What: VR, AR & Games Workshop
When: Friday, 21 October 2016. 9am – 1:15pm.
Where: City of Perth Library, Auditorium
Tickets: $99 (includes light refreshments) available here.
For more details on this workshop, or the other events set for Knowledge Week, simply head on over to the official event page.
For those interested in expanding their technological repertoire, there is a series of Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality Workshops on this week as part of the City of Perth’s Innovation Month.
“…Imaginarium VR will be presenting a series of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality workshops and experiences which will be held at the White Noise Underground Event in a unique secret venue within the previously disused underground tunnel at the Perth Concert Hall.”
- VR Demos and Workshops – 13th April, 2016
- AR Maker Day – 14th April, 2016
- VR Demo Day (plus 360 VR Cinema) – 15th April, 2016
Where: The Tunnel – Perth Concert Hall 5, St Georges Terrace
Tickets: Free via Eventbrite.
The spaces for each workshop are limited, so be sure to register! For all the details on this curious world of VR, AR and underground tunnels, head on over to the Eventbrite page.