In the wake of EEVR IV it is only appropriate to finally do
a recap of the previous event. It was a sunny saturday in april that many of us decided to spend indoors (physically at least) with some great talks and interesting demos.

madis_vasser_IEEE_VRFirst up was Madis Vasser and his travel journal from the IEEE VR 2015 conference in France. Throughout his talk Madis tried to find the answer to the question: “Where lies the correct perception of reality?”. Is it in the brain, does it show up in academia, or is it possible to produce it through technology? If these questions sound interesting, see the hour-long video (!) below (in estonian):

Next we had a spontaneous speaker Filipp Keks, who IMG_3830shared his thought about game design, programming and life in general. Can thinking like a painter benefit us all? Yes, yes it can:

IMG_3855There was also a round discussion about “my ultimate VR experience” where people shared some of their crazy ideas for the future. And one of those ideas was already on display – a dedicated flight chair by Mario Saarik that immersed people in Elite:Dangerous.

Pictures courtesy of the MängudeÖÖ crew (Ahto Ahas & Andri Allas) – http://level1.ee/2015/04/eesti-virtuaalreaalsuse-entusiastide-kolmas-kogunemine/

 

EEVR IV will take place already in june 6th in Tartu!
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EEVR IV @ Tartu

Saturday, Jun 6, 2015, 11:00 AM

Mainori õppehoone
Pepleri 6 Tartu, EE

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The next EEVR is closing in! The fourth gathering of the fellowship of the Rift takes place june 6th in Tartu, Estonia. This time we have partnered with Estonian Entrepreneurship University of Applied Sciences Mainor, both in terms of content and location. The program begins already at 11 am with the introduction to Mainor’s upcoming game design co…

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