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Charting the Future of XR

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L’Oréal, Ford, HTC Vive, Nestlé and more discuss the future of immersive technologies across different industry verticals in the massively popular VRX webinar series

Many sectors, particularly the education, engineering, manufacturing, retail and healthcare fields, are already seeing the value that can be brought from investing in XR capabilities. Yet with such variety of use-cases, approaches and solutions on offer, understanding where to invest and where the ROI lies can prove a challenge for some businesses.

To discover how companies within these sectors are increasingly using immersive technologies to propel their businesses forward, VRX recently held a series of webinars to gather exclusive insights from industry thought leaders. With more than 8,000 sign-ups across the six webinars, VRX have decided to share the recordings with the wider industry, in case you missed out.

Many sectors such as education, engineering, manufacturing, retail and healthcare are already experiencing value from investing in XR Share on X

Get access to the webinar recordings here

Some of the world’s largest brands, including HTC Vive, Ford Motor Company, L’Oreal and Nestlé, discuss the future of VR & AR across their respective industries in anticipation for VRX 2019. The webinar topics came out as the six core areas of interest for people in the VR and AR community, and will all be discussed in more depth at the VRX Conference & Expo (Dec 12-13, San Francisco). These webinars are a preview of the speakers, topics and discussions in store for the conference in December.

With more than 8,000 sign-ups across the six webinars, VRX have decided to share the recordings with the wider industry Share on X
The 2019 VRX Webinar Series includes:
  • State of the XR Market – What are the Latest Tech Innovations and Where’s the Growth?

With EndeavorVR, SuperData (a Nielsen Company), HP Tech Ventures, Paramount and HTC Vive

  • VR & AR for Healthcare & Pharma – Overcome Challenges, Find Opportunities and Drive ROI

With IVRHA, Penn Medicine, Biogen and Stanford University

  • How XR is Changing the Way Companies Design and Visualize Products

With 4D Pipeline, BASF, Fluor Corporation, Ford Motor and Jacobs Engineering

  • How VR & AR are Changing Training, Education & Worker Guidance

With EndeavorVR, Raytheon, Applied Materials, iQ3Connect and Immersive Learning Research Network

  • The Explosion of Location Based Virtual Reality: Now & Future

With Charlie Fink, HP, Black Box VR and VRstudios

  • AR for Consumer Engagement & Retail – From Fun Feature to Daily Essential

With NIVEA, L’Oreal, Deutsche Telekom, Nestlé and Magic Leap

Get access to the webinar recordings page here to listen back to any of the above discussions surrounding how VR is changing the future.

This webinar series was run in association with VR Intelligence’s upcoming VRX Conference & Expo, taking place December 12-13, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel. Expecting more than 600 senior attendees from across gaming, entertainment, healthcare, retail, automotive industries and more, VRX is the world’s premier B2B immersive tech event for those wishing to use XR to boost ROI, propel their business forward and engage consumers through immersive, innovative experiences. More information can be found on the VRX website.

Tech Trends is an official media partner of VRX 2019

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Alice Bonasio is a VR and Digital Transformation Consultant and Tech Trends’ Editor in Chief. She also regularly writes for Fast Company, Ars Technica, Quartz, Wired and others. Connect with her on LinkedIn and follow @alicebonasio on Twitter.