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Asia VR&AR Fair & Summit Returns In May With New Event

The event is set for a sequel after a successful debut earlier this year.

After a debut “far beyond anybody’s expectation” at the beginning of March earlier this year, attracting more than a hundred exhibitors and welcoming industry buyers fron over 50 countries including the likes of Australia, India, USA, Canada, France, South Africa, Brazil, Japan and more. The Asia VR&AR Fair & Summit is returning next month for its second event. Moving on northwards from Guangzhou, in the Guangdong province of China where the first was held, the next event will be taking place in the at the International Expo Centre in the city of Wuhan, capital of Hubei province.

No announcements have been made in relation to the exhibitors and talks although these are expected soon. The first event saw attendance from all of Reality technology’s ‘big four’ – Microsoft, Oculus, HTC and Samsung as well as represenatives from all around the world, including VRFocus guest columnist and writer of The Virtual Arena – Kevin Williams. Who will actually be discussing this event in his next feature.

“Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technology fulfils people’s dream of achieving the impossible by introducing them to a virtual world.” Explain the organisers on the event website. Where you can also find out more information about the first Fair & Summit in Guangzhou. “At present, the influence of VR&AR has permeated fields like tourism, shopping, medicine, education, culture, entertainment, design, real estate, industry, military, national defense, etc. As the number of VR and AR applications increases, the development of VR and AR technology is going to gain stronger momentum.”

VRFocus are returning as a media partner for the event, and will be working with the event organisers to bring you all the latest in relation to what you can expect at the event.


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