State of Virtual Reality in Australia (how it helps stroke patients… and more)

Adam Geoghegan hosts this months’ Perth VR event at the Frame VR labs.

Daish Malani (Add Life Technologies), Justin McArdle and Gareth Lockett (Frame VR) discuss the current state of Virtual Reality in Australia and abroad.

I you want to see how VR is being used to help stroke patients or get a behind-the-scenes look at the scale of VR and AR operations in China, then watch the full session below.

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A belated Happy New Year to you all!

2016 was a year of exciting developments for virtual and augmented reality, and as these industries continue to move toward mass adoption, we have been busy organising our meetup group to build a community of tech-enthusiasts through a regular meetup schedule, increased collaboration through sponsorship with VR/AR industry leaders as well as a hackathon for later in the year.

George Coldham and Shane Kavanagh have joined as organisers for the Perth VR meetup, which has undergone a re-brand (check out our new logo!)

We hope to meet you at our first meetup for 2017, where we’ll listen to presentations from pioneers from Perth and Adelaide, try some gear including the Imaginarium VR rollercoaster, build great working relationships and share some of your experiences and ideas for the future of VR and AR.

Justin McArdle and Gareth Lockett from Frame VR will be our hosts for the evening, and we’ll also hear from Adelaide-based VR developer Daish Malani, working on a VR rehabilitation platform for stroke sufferers.

Following the presentations and a Q&A we’ll continue with demos, networking and pizza before closing out the event at 8:30.

Directions to Frame VR – 4 Cowle Street: bus/walk (15 minutes) from Perth busport or park behind the WA Italian Club (please do not park in front of the meetup building)