We are thrilled to invite you to an exciting event Immersive Experiences for the Climate on May 9th. The event will be focused on exploring the intersection of climate change and immersive technologies like virtual reality.
Our goal is to understand how we can use these technologies to raise awareness and encourage more sustainable behavior and we need your help in doing so!
During the event, you will have the opportunity to experience various immersive and VR experiences related to climate change. We believe that these experiences will help you gain insights into the impacts of climate change and inspire you to take action.
In addition to the VR experiences, we have lined up some amazing speakers who will share their expertise and insights on sustainability and the power of VR as an empathy machine. Our guest speakers include Gorki Glaser-Müller, VR director from Visual Arena and Tove Lund, Strategy Lead Sustainable Living Gothenburg from Göteborgs Stad.
The event will feature five different stations where you can test different VR experiences. Beforehand, we will conduct a workshop where we will discuss how we can use VR and communication to inspire more sustainable behavior.
The event is part of Visual Arenas project, VR as an empathy machine, where we together with the talented Gullers Grupp, Vreact, Ogon 3d, Göteborgs Stad design an immersive experience that should promote a sustainable lifestyle. The project follows the design method, double diamond, and this event is part of the validation of the ideas that has sprung from user interviews.
We look forward to your presence at the event and your contribution to creating a more sustainable world. Please RSVP to this invitation to confirm your attendance.
Hope to see you on the 9th of May,
Tove Lund - Strategy Lead Sustainable Living Gothenburg @ Göteborgs Stad
Gorki Glaser Müller - XR writer/ director @ Visual Arena
You as participants together with:
Tora Stridh, CEO, Vreact
Andreas Krona, CEO, Newincom
Susan Lorentzen, Delivery Manager, Gullers Grupp
Try out immersive experiences about climate change