Have you already produced exciting VR experiences? Entered in partnerships to widen user access to VR? How about licensing technology that has since been displaced?
The LEVRAGE conference and expo at UCLA brings together the technical players with the storytellers to look at the newest, most practical ways forward to monetize new VR and AR experiences. With some of the most experienced tech leaders and producers speaking in keynotes and panels, and with many top exhibitors showing wares and networking, we’ll focus on how the next few years in VR and AR experiences will play out as business models.
Zak Penn: Penn has become known for his work on numerous films based on Marvel comics, including X-Men 2 and The Avengers. He’s the writer behind the upcoming Ready Player One.
Thomas Gewecke: Gewecke is responsible for driving Warner Bros. Studio’s digital growth and leading its technology efforts worldwide. He also oversees the Studio’s digital strategies on current and emerging digital exhibition platforms.
Jake Zim: Jake Zim is tasked with building a slate of narrative virtual reality (VR)content for the Sony Picture’s motion picture group, working closely with a team of professionals from across Sony Pictures who are dedicated to the production and distribution of VR.
John Canning: Canning is the VP of Interactive Experiences for NBC Entertainment Digital where he develops native interactive experiences be they 2nd screen, social media or virtual reality for some of the largest shows on TV such as The Voice, Americas Got Talent, Blindspot, Blacklist and more.
Levrage Monetizing VR & AR
Friday, October 6, 2017
11:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Luskin Conference Center
425 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA
This is sponsored content which has been produced by the UCLA Anderson School of Management.