As the virtual reality world continues to expand rapidly one portion of the globe that often goes overlooked is Europe. The United States, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan have been hogging most of the spotlight, but The United Kingdom, Germany, and the Netherlands are becoming more attention-worthy by the day. To celebrate and facilitate this growth the second annual “VR Days” convention kicks off in Amsterdam today.
The best way to describe VR days is to use its own, colorful, personality. According to the official site:
“We’re building bridges to inspire: from fine arts to finance, psychology to porn, theatre to tech, games to politics – enjoy a fulminant multidisciplinary cocktail at VR Days Europe as we invite the brightest minds and global visionaries to generate cutting-edge insights relevant to the fasting growing industries since decades. Find your place within the unstoppable wave that is VR, AR and MR. A business opportunity not to be missed.”
VR Days will have 60 exhibiting companies this year as well as a multitude of panels, speakers and other events for guests to enjoy. The conference will run from November 3 – 6 and takes place in Amsterdam’s iconic Voundelpark Pavilion. Conference passes are currently sold out but single session tickets are still available for purchase.
VR Days is the second iteration of what was known last year as “Dutch VR Days.”
Now, with a new name and an even bigger vision, VR Days is poised to bring some major attention to the European VR space.