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Immersed 2017 brings virtual & augmented reality to Toronto

A special discount is available to GraphicSpeak readers.

Jon Peddie Research (publisher of GraphicSpeak) is pleased to again be a media partner for Immersed 2017. Celebrating its fourth year at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, Immersed 2017 (October 19-22) is the East Coast’s must-attend event for industry and professionals working with technologies like virtual reality, mixed reality, augmented reality, stereoscopic 3D, and more.  

Immersed 2017 brings a wide cross-section of media and technology professionals to Toronto for four days of sessions on all aspects of immersive visual technology. (Source: Immersed)

This professional event includes technical training, valuable market discussion, a networking reception, meals, and a private business to business exhibition. Toronto is the fourth largest city in North America and is an important international center of media and content development.

Previous Immersed event speakers and/or sponsors have included AMD, Nvidia, Lucasfilm, HTC, SideFX, Sony PlayStation, Starbreeze Studios, Space Channel, Discovery Channel Canada, Tom’s Hardware, Jon Peddie Research, and many more.

Partnered with the Ontario Science Centre, one of Canada’s largest public education venues, Immersed 2017 features an additional public-facing consumer exhibit that is up to 20,000 square feet in size. Plans are in the works for over 13,000 museum visitors during the conference.  Immersed is a unique opportunity for B2C marketers of immersive visualization who are driving adoption for teachers, students, teenagers, and adults well above and beyond the current enthusiast community. Consumer input is a valuable asset to present to investors or to enhance product effectiveness.

GraphicSpeak readers can use the discount code “JPR_Immersed2017” to save $100 on full access ticket registration.  Learn more at http://www.getimmersed.com.

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