Augmented Planet London Sponsored by Wikitude
For the last Augmented Planet event back in November we had great feedback from the attendees, so much so that we thought that it would be hard to improve on any future events.
But we have been working hard to find you the best possible speakers from the augmented reality industry, so for those of you that have a ticket already, keep it safe as we have a fantastic agenda lined up for you. In fact, we have so many excellent speakers lined up for the event that the agenda is a nightmare to prepare; we could happily let each of our speakers talk for hours. From talking to each of the presenters I’m excited, we’ll have demos never seen before and we should have our hands on some exclusive hardware, which I am told there is only two units in existence in Europe and America. I’m keeping tight lipped about that one until it’s confirmed, but I’m saving my money.
We are pleased to announce that Wikitude are the headline event sponsors. Wikitude as you know were voted the number 1 augmented reality browser by you in the Augmented Planet 2009 Readers Choice Awards. So it’s fantastic to have them at the event and taking part.
Registration opens at 6pm and the event starts at 6:30pm
The latest agenda is:
- Welcome and overview (Augmented Planet and our host Elmwood)
- Wikitude World Browser (Wikitude)
- Making money from AR - Myles Peyton (Total Immersion)
- Latest demos - James Alliban
- Transparencies, A multi-sensory mixed reality art installation – Shira Gutgold
- Real-life case study – Stephane Cheikh (SITA Lab)
- Real-life case study – Richard (Yuza mobile)
- Viz*It (Visualize it) Bring museums to life – Dick Davies (Ambient Performance)
- The Yell AR mobile browser – Mark Parsonage (Yell Group)
- Real-life case study – Jonathan Chippindale (Holition)
Due to popular demand we have opened up some additional tickets, the event is going to be very busy with over 150 attendees so if you are unable to make it, if you could cancel your ticket that would be great.