Promote your company in a unique exhibition environment at Software Development Day 2018 with hundreds of visitors in the field of software development. The exhibition area is located adjacent to the conference hall in the coffee area so that all the visitors have the opportunity to meet your company.
Today we have reached the point when software talks, listens, learns and acts! We might have ideas about what tomorrow´s software business will look like. But the only thing we can be sure of is that it will be completely different from today. We invite you to experience, share and learn about the latest findings connected to Software Talks.
The Sweden VR International Contest aim to boost and showcase the enormous potential of the new technology. Talents, worldwide, will have the opportunity to express their creativity, win prices and have fun while supporting ecological sustainability and contribute to the worlds VR/AR SDG Library.
To better provide the opportunity for visualization participants to present and collaborate on their projects, Visual Arena – together with Visualization Research Gothenburg – has created an online portal.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is a joint department at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg, with activities on two campuses in the city of Gothenburg. At the moment there are two open positions for PhD students to apply too.
In product development, everybody understands the benefits of having a prototype that visualizes, and thus communicates the product’s properties and design. But how can a process be visualized, for example, to achieve better collaboration and decision-making?
Do you have experience working within every aspect of AR/VR development and are motivated to coach and support people at the same time? In that case you could be Cybercom's new Competence Team Lead within AR/VR!
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.