The VR/AR Association (VRARA) is proud to present the VR/AR Global Summit to be held in Vancouver, Canada on Nov 1-2, 2019.
"The VR/AR Global Summit is one of the year's most anticipated conferences. It attracts a broad, international cross-section of thought leaders, enterprise executives, entertainment companies, and developers for an intense two days of panels, demos and networking." — Forbes
With over 230 companies active in VR/AR, Vancouver is the 2nd largest immersive ecosystem in the world. This is the 4th time the show is happening in Vancouver and this year’s Summit will have a strong focus on enterprise and AR, as well as on immersive interaction design.
Featuring keynote addresses, engaging panels, workshops, special events for networking, demos, exhibits, product launches and parties, the VR/AR Global Summit will entice and engage you from the moment you arrive!
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Why host the VR/AR Global Summit in Vancouver
Vancouver is the 2nd largest VR/AR ecosystem in the world, after Silicon Valley, with over 230 companies working in VR/AR
Vancouver/British Columbia has a huge industry around natural resources. For example, VRARA Member Finger Foods has enterprise clients in the mining, oil, and gas sectors.
Vancouver’s fast emerging VR AR sector benefits from a longstanding legacy in the film, video game & tech industries: a 40-plus-year legacy in film & television production. More than 30 years of cutting-edge VFX & animation.
As one of the most creative cities in the world, Vancouver is home to thousands of world-leading Film, TV, VFX, Animation, and Video Game companies, including Sony Pictures Imageworks, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), MPC, Double Negative, DHX Media, Animal Logic and Bardel Entertainment.
Vancouver has one of the top Video Game clusters in the world — one that includes major publishers such as, Electronic Arts (EA), Microsoft, Capcom and Nintendo.
Vancouver’s Digital Entertainment & Interactive industry includes approx 1,000 businesses. The industry generates over 40,000 jobs in Vancouver
The famously collaborative nature of Vancouver’s film & tech industries makes for easy idea exchanges between content creators and platform developers.
These pioneering industries are now poised to develop a new business playbook as this modern city continues its metamorphosis into a hub for virtual, augmented and mixed reality.
As the #1 VFX & Animation cluster globally, the #3 largest Film & TV production centre in North America, and a top 10 video game development centre, Vancouver is proving how important it is to leverage the convergence of film, visual effects, animation, games, and VR AR technology.