The VRLA Expo running April 14-15 in Los Angeles will feature a full slate of demos, educational sessions, experimental work, panels and presentations.
LOS ANGELES -- Unity Technologies CEO John Riccitiello -- whose engine and platform powers popular virtual and augmented reality experiences -- will deliver a keynote address at the VRLA Expo on Friday, April 14th. The expo takes place April 14-15, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center and will offer a full slate of demos, educational sessions, experimental work, panels and presentations. Registration is currently open, with the business-focused 2-Day Pro Pass at $299 and a 1-Day Pass for Saturday at $40.
On speaking at the third annual event, John Riccitiello said, “Unity is proud to support the industry's creators whether leading names or those just starting out, and I look forward to sharing more about our vision for VR and AR development at VRLA.”
“Unity has done so much to support and accelerate the VR ecosystem,” said Adam Levin, Co-Founder of VRLA. “We’re proud to host John as Unity continues its mission to educate and empower the industry and VRLA’s vibrant community of VR creators, companies and enthusiasts.”
VRLA will feature industry-leading hardware and software developers, content creators, and cutting-edge prototype technology that can only be seen on-site at the event. Educational sessions, workshops and panels will address the latest developments in VR and AR. Justin Roiland, creator of Rick & Morty on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim will deliver Saturday’s keynote address.