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Meeting the network: Laval Virtual

We are glad to introduce one of the corporate members of our international network: Laval virtual.
Laval Virtual joined EuroVR Association in 2014, and in the 20 years of its existence, this organization has established itself as a major facilitator for institutions active in the VR/AR and immersive techniques sector. It gathers and leads a community of professionals through the organization of events and conference programmes in Europe and Asia and provides various information services.

From 20th to 24th March 2019, virtual and augmented reality professionals from around the world will gather in Laval, France, for the 21st Laval Virtual show.
The 10,000 professional visitors expected, experts, savvy or keen to learn about immersive technologies, will be able to learn, interact and discover the numerous surprises that this leading international show has in store.

Last year at Laval Virtual 2018, the show welcomed over 320 exhibitors spanning 9,000 m2, involving over 150 speakers and attracting more than 18,500 visitors over 5 days.

 

Do not miss the next show, from 20th to 24th March 2019. You can benefit from a special discount with Euro VR:

  • Discovery Pass
    use the code EUROVR-DP-LV19 – €45 instead of €150
  • Full Pass
    use the code EUROVR-FP-LV19 – €290 instead of €490

Visit the official website for further information https://www.laval-virtual.com/attendees/

Laval Virtual 2019 : SAVE THE DATE !

🗓 #LavalVirtual 2019 : SAVE THE DATE !The biggest exhibition on #VirtualReality & #AugmentedReality➖ More than 330 exhibitors – 9,000 sqm(m²) – 18,400 attendees ➖Stay tuned ➡ https://buff.ly/2tixfmP#DareTheFuture#Exhibition #AR #VR #Event

Δημοσιεύτηκε από Laval Virtual στις Δευτέρα, 18 Ιουνίου 2018

MEETING THE NETWORK

Meeting the network is a new category to get to know the Association and its network. Once a month we will publish news about our members.
If you are a member and you want to participate in this initiative, please write an email to communication@eurovr-association.org.

AIDAA: Symposium “Human Centred Design for passenger’s enhanced comfort in Aircraft cabin”

On 9-12 September in Rome, it will take place the symposium on “Human Centred Design for passenger’s enhanced comfort and wellbeing in Aircraft cabin” during the XXV International Congress of the AIDAA (Italian Association of Aeronautics and Astronautics).

The symposium covers the following topics:

  • Noise and Vibration for cabin interiors;
  • Innovative non-structural materials for cabin items;
  • Human-Centered Design Approach for interior design;
  • Virtual Reality for human in the loop simulation of next-generation interiors;
  • Ergonomics studies for cabin interiors.

The Symposium is inspired to the research and activities done in the framework of the JTI Clean Sky 2 CASTLE (CAbin Systems design Toward passenger welLbEing) project, which aims at designing new-gen passenger cabin aircraft interiors for both Business Jet (flying office) and Regional aircraft with a Human-Centered Design approach.

You can submit your paper at the website: https://www.aidaa2019.com/index.php/papers-and-symposia

Meeting the network: Haption

We want to inaugurate the new category “Meeting the network” with one of the founding member of EuroVR Association: Haption.

Haption is a company which designs, manufactures and sells hardware and software solutions based on force-feedback. Founded in 2001, the company partners with the most advanced leaders to provide professional level force-feedback solutions for medical, robotic, nuclear and industrial applications. Haption has a lot of interest in Virtual Reality where their haptic device brings the sense of contact inside Virtual Environments, a thing no other technology can claim to bring.

Courtesy of CRRC, China

Jerome Perret, the CEO, plays a key role in the Association because he is EuroVR Vice President for  EU issues and Collaboration. Jerome is an entrepreneur with a strong technical background in robotics and computer engineering and his major interest is manual interaction with virtual environments, especially with force-feedback.

 

MEETING THE NETWORK

Meeting the network is a new category to get to know the Association and its network. Once a month we will publish news about our members.
If you are a member and you want to participate in this initiative, please write an email to communication@eurovr-association.org.

From VR to XR Expo 2019 – 3,4 July 2019

It is time again: on 3-4. July 2019, the XR Expo takes place in Stuttgart (Germany).  The focus of the event is on professional applications in industry, architecture, trading, medicine and crafting in virtual, augmented and mixed reality.

For the 2019 edition, VR expo has changed its name in XR Expo to put the focus on mixed reality technologies. XR Expo aims to be the community and meeting point for industry users, technology providers, content service providers, and researchers:

” There are now a number of fairs dealing with VR and ar, but does not offer this quality and abundance of solutions that can be used practically in companies.”
Christoph Runde, VDC CEO and XR Expo Co-Organizer

For more information visit: www.xr-expo.com
For questions and interest to be part of the XR Expo, please contact the XR Expo Team: info@xr-expo.com

Laval Virtual 2019: Exhibition and Conference on immersive technologies

Laval Virtual 2019, the International Exhibition and Conference on VR/AR & Immersive Techniques, gets to the 21st edition, which will take place on 20 – 24 March 2019.

Since 1999, Laval Virtual is the European leader in the New Technologies sector and uses of Virtual in Industry, Marketing, Heritage, Medicine, Training and many more fields.
Every year, the Laval Virtual Centre hosts an exhibition, with more than 350 exhibitor and 20.000 attendees per year, and a conference which aims to highlight the trends and prospects of the immersive technologies.

Click here and visit the official website for further information.

 

 

IJVR: submit your paper and present it during VRIC’19 Laval Virtual

A new opportunity for AR & VR aficionados! It is possible to submit a paper to IJVR (International Journal of Virtual Reality – IF 0,79) and then to be automatically selected to present your paper during VRIC’19 Laval Virtual international conference on March 20-22, 2019.


The International Journal of Virtual Reality (IJVR) created on 1995, is open-source and directly indexed in
 HAL, Google Scholar, CNKI http://www.ijvr.org

 

VRIC’19 Laval-Virtual (21th edition) is the premier European conference & exhibition on Immersive (AR-VR-MR) Technologies since 1999. We welcomed 18.500 attendees during 2018 edition https://www.laval-virtual.com

 

VRIC’2019 gather specialists on Immersive (AR-VR-MR) Technologies from research institutions & industry, to work together and imagine the evolution of immersive technologies and their future usage scenarios within different sectors. During 3 days, the program will include invited keynotes, master classes, papers’ presentations and unforgettable social events.

 

Click here for further information https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=vric2019

 

PhD opportunity in VR for pain management

The University Alliance Doctoral Training programme is offering over 83 PhD Fellowship in three themes (applied biosciences for health, energy and social policy) across a consortium of 15 universities in the UK.

This project, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska Curie grant, is an unique opportunity to be part of a global network on an employer co-designed training programme with extensive connections to industry and commerce.

In fact, the Doctoral Training alliance (DTA3) is the largest multi-partner and only nationwide doctoral training in the UK. It offers PhD students a fully-funded postgraduate programme, an expert support network and improved employment opportunities. The training will produce independent, highly-employable researchers with expertise and skills in strategically-important research areas.

The effectiveness of Virtual Reality (VR) for management of pain

Teesside University (School of Health and Social Care) is offering the PhD Fellowship “The effectiveness of Virtual Reality for management of pain”.

Virtual Reality (VR) can reduce acute pain by distracting attention away from the pain while people play the games. Chronic pain is different than acute pain and is much more difficult to reduce – for example, drugs that work for acute pain do not work well for chronic pain. But people with chronic pain do use distraction to make their pain more bearable. Therefore, they may find VR useful but that has not been scientifically proven yet. This project will see whether or not VR can help people make their chronic pain more bearable.

The project will have three stages. In stage 1, the existing scientific studies on VR for pain will be closely examined to choose types of VR that might work best. In stage 2, some of the best available types of VR will be compared in a fair trial to see which produces the most relief in people with chronic pain. In stage 3, the best one of these will be given to people with chronic pain for a number of weeks. They will then describe how they used the VR and they will explain how they think it could be used to help others.

See https://unialliance.ac.uk/dta/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Teesside-Biosciences-2-VR-pain-management-Harrison-1.pdf

Application

All applications should be received by 23:59 (UK time) on Monday 8 October 2018.
Interviews will commence during the week starting Monday 26 November 2018.

For more information, details of recruiting projects and how to apply, see https://unialliance.ac.uk/dta/cofund/

VR4REHAB Belgian Hackathon: Bruges 25-27 October 2018

The project VR4REHAB is getting to the last Hackathon, which will take place in Bruges on 25, 26 and 27 October 2018.

The event, co-organized by EuroVR and Sint Maartenskliniek, consists in a 2-days workshop which gathers together entrepreneurs, patients, rehabilitation personnel as well as technical specialists to find out new ideas concerning rehabilitation with VR.

The project VR4REHAB

Virtual Reality (VR) is growing rapidly especially in the fields of health-care and rehabilitation. While this technology makes therapy more fun, challenging and measurable, the state of VR is still in its infancy.

The three-year project VR4REHAB will change rehabilitative care dramatically. It aims to develop new VR-applications that promote better function and outcomes for patients with disabilities.

What are we looking for?

Together, we are working to find solution for 5 themes in rehabilitation:

  • Pain management
  • Engagement and immersion to promote treatment adherence
  • Behavioural therapy after Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Lower limbs and mobility
  • Training of upper limb movements

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for people with different personal and professional backgrounds:

  • Patients
  • Healthcare professionals in rehabilitation medicine
  • Designers
  • Developers
  • Entrepreneurs

Programme and locations

Date Hours Location Content
Thursday 25/10 6 pm – 9 pm KU Leuven – Campus Bruges Introductory presentations, situating context and challenges
Friday 26/10 9 am – 9 pm Howest – Sportinnovatie Campus Brugge Hackaton
Saturday 27/10 9-12h Howest – Sportinnovatie Campus Brugge Pitch training – Judging

Registration and contact information

Registration is free, just send a mail to VR4REHAB@maartenskliniek.nl.

http://www.nweurope.eu/VR4REHAB

Visit the dedicated website for further information.

Call for participation

EuroVR has now the opportunity to bring its expertise and enrich the agenda of the Belgian hackathon with its resources. The Members of the Association are invited to take part in the event and to contribute to the hackathon as:

  • Speakers;
  • Coaches and tutor who will support the participants’ work;
  • Providing demos, presentation and industry showcase.

Please send an email to communication@eurovr-association.org specifying how would you like to contribute to the event and your availability.

 

Call for participation-VR4REHAB Belgian Hackathon

EuroVR provides the opportunity to contribute to the VR4REHAB Belgian Hackathon, which will take place in Bruges on 25, 26 and 27 October 2018.

The event, co-organized by EuroVR and Sint Maartenskliniek for the project VR4REHAB, consists in a 2-days workshop which gathers together entrepreneurs, patients, rehabilitation personnel as well as technical specialists to find out new ideas concerning rehabilitation with VR.

The project VR4REHAB

VR4REHAB is a three-year project financed by the InterReg NWE Programme that includes seven European partners, like Sint Maartenskliniek, European Association of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, St. Mauritius Therapieklinik, Teesside University, Royal Free London NHS Trust, Université de Lille 1 – Sciences et Technologies and Games for Health Europe, which are working together to realize the innovation potential that emerges from the intersection of VR-technologies and the demand from rehabilitation clinics’ specialists.

Call for participation

EuroVR has now the opportunity to bring its expertise and enrich the agenda of the Belgian hackathon with its resources. The Members of the Association are invited to take part in the event and to contribute to the hackathon as:

  • Speakers;
  • Coaches and tutor who will support the participants’ work;
  • Providing demos, presentation and industry showcase.

Please send an email to communication@eurovr-association.org specifying how would you like to contribute to the event and your availability.

Program and contact information

Date Hours Location Content
Thursday 25/10 6 pm – 9 pm KU Leuven – Campus Bruges Introductory presentations, situating context and challenges
Friday 26/10 9 am – 9 pm Howest – Sportinnovatie Campus Brugge Hackaton
Saturday 27/10 9-12h Howest – Sportinnovatie Campus Brugge Pitch training – Judging

Visit the dedicated website for further information (English version coming soon):

http://www.nweurope.eu/VR4REHAB

http://www.fabriekenvoordetoekomst.be/mailings/Zorgeconomie/201810_Hackaton.html

EuroVR2018: new early bird registration deadline, 14 september

A new deadline for the early bird registration has been defined: September 14th, 2018.

The conference EuroVR2018 provides one more week to take advantage of special fees. Early bird rates include: full attendance at the conference, lunch and refreshments during the conference, memory stick of conference proceedings.

You can register to the conference here.

Registration

Early Bird Standard
Non Member £350 £450
Member £250 £350
Student £200 £250
Speaker Non Member £275 £350
Speaker Member £225 £275
Conference Dinner £65 £65

 

The EuroVR 2018 conference will take place at the Savoy Place, London, United Kingdom from the 22th to 23th October 2018. It creates a unique opportunity for participants to network, discuss, and share the latest innovations around commercial and research applications. The focus of EuroVR 2018 is to present novel Virtual Reality (VR) up-to Mixed Reality (MR) technologies, including software systems, display technology, interaction devices, and applications.

 

Visit the conference website for more information http://www.eurovr2018.org/Pages/Registration

 

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EuroVR Conferences

 

The focus of the EuroVR conference series is to present, each year, novel Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) technologies, including software systems, display technologies, interaction devices, and applications, to foster engagement between industry, academia and the public sector, to promote the development of VR & AR technologies in new, emerging and existing fields.

EuroVR annual event creates a unique opportunity for international key players to network, discuss, and share the latest innovations around commercial and research applications.

This series was initiated in 2004 by the INTUITION Network Excellence in Virtual and Augmented Reality, supported by the European Commission until 2008, and incorporated within the Joint Virtual Reality Conferences (JVRC) from 2009 to 2013.

Next edition

EuroVR 2019 Conference (16th edition):

Previous editions

EuroVR 2018 – London (UK)

EuroVR 2017 – Laval (France)

EuroVR 2016 – Athens (Greece)

EuroVR 2015 – Lecco (Italy)

EuroVR 2014 – Bremen (Germany)

EuroVR 2013 – Paris (France) 

EuroVR 2012 – Madrid (Spain)

EuroVR 2011 – Nottingham (UK)

EuroVR 2010 – Paris (France)

EuroVR 2009 – Lyon (France)