Mixed reality. What does it mean and how can we use the technology? Visual Arena has hosted a seminar that highlighted a number of different applications and many participants could experience the possibilities themselves when they tested Microsoft’s mixed reality glasses, HoloLens.
During Västsvenska Filmdagarna, a film industry event held in western Sweden, Visual Arena announced its new Narrative VR Lab project, a development program designed to explore the narrative possibilities of virtual reality (VR) and test new, innovative ways of reaching audiences of drama enthusiasts.
This year’s Architectural Visualization Days attracted participants from outside of Sweden’s borders. A unique mix comprising inspiration from the industry’s leading companies and skills development from software developers has put the event and Visual Arena on the international map.
Visual Arena member Tomorrow AB has once again been nominated for an award. This time by CGarchitect for "best commissioned architectural image" - Chicago Gateway Tower for US Architect Agency Gensler.
The go-ahead from Region Västra Götaland for the “Storytelling in VR and new technology” project means that Visual Arena at Lindholmen Science Park, together with other project partners, can further enhance the region’s leading expertise in storytelling in a VR-environment.
Over lunch at Visual Arena, entrepreneurs and startups listened to inspiring speakers and had the opportunity to exchange best practice. It was time for the event, “Insight – the secret road to financing,” conducted by a panel of experienced experts, who generously shared tips and ideas.