Jan
22
9:30 AM09:30

Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition: London Briefing


This briefing event is designed for you to find out more about Innovate UK's Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition. This fund will invest up to £19m to support innovation that offers significant changes in productivity and cutting-edge innovation. The competition has two strands; strand 1 is for health and life sciences projects and strand 2 is for emerging and enabling technologies projects. A further £12m is available to fund Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs).

All projects must involve at least one SME, working alone or in collaboration with other organisations. Projects with costs over £100,000 must be collaborative and include a funded partner.

 

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Jan
24
9:30 AM09:30

Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition: Edinburgh Briefing

This briefing event is designed for you to find out more about Innovate UK's Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition. This fund will invest up to £19m to support innovation that offers significant changes in productivity and cutting-edge innovation. The competition has two strands; strand 1 is for health and life sciences projects and strand 2 is for emerging and enabling technologies projects. A further £12m is available to fund Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs).

All projects must involve at least one SME, working alone or in collaboration with other organisations. Projects with costs over £100,000 must be collaborative and include a funded partner.

 

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Jan
25
9:30 AM09:30

Immerse UK and BSAC Seminar: Immersive technology – A cross-sector exploration of current and future realities

Immerse UK has teamed up with BSAC to explore the latest uses of immersive technologies and opportunities for cross-sector collaboration. The seminar will explore questions such as: How is immersive tech being used to create new forms of storytelling, gaming and entertainment? How might this evolve? What legal, regulatory and ethical issues are engaged by immersive tech?  How are immersive techniques being used in retail, medical, interior design and pharma? What are the opportunities for cross-sector collaboration and learning?

 

Speakers include Mike McGee (Framestore), Toby Coffey (National Theatre), Zillah Watson (BBC VR Hub), Dave Raynard (Dream Reality Interactive), Cliff Fluet (Lewis Silkin), Tim Fleming (Future Visual), Bernhard Spanlang (Virtual Bodyworks), Dave Sage (C4X) and Martin McDonnell (Soluis Group).

Contact craig@bsacouncil.co.uk at BSAC to find out more and register

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Jan
29
9:30 AM09:30

Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition: Cardiff Briefing

This briefing event is designed for you to find out more about Innovate UK's Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition. This fund will invest up to £19m to support innovation that offers significant changes in productivity and cutting-edge innovation. The competition has two strands; strand 1 is for health and life sciences projects and strand 2 is for emerging and enabling technologies projects. A further £12m is available to fund Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs).

All projects must involve at least one SME, working alone or in collaboration with other organisations. Projects with costs over £100,000 must be collaborative and include a funded partner.

 

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Jan
30
10:00 AM10:00

Immerse UK Speed Networking: with the Royal Academy of Engineering

Rise to the challenges set by key industry players at our speed networking morning. 

Are you an SME working in the world of immersive technology? Join us to discuss your ideas, technologies and solutions with cutting edge companies at our frenetic and fun speed networking session in London. You'll get the chance to pitch your innovative ideas and network. 

 

How it works

You will spend the morning working your way around the room, having six minute meetings with each of the challengers.  You'll get the opportunity to pitch your ideas in response to the challenges set. 

Just like speedmatching, both you and the challenge companies are given "dance cards" to indicate an interest in following up conversations. After the speed networking session there will be lunch provided, with the chance to network informally with the challengers and other pitching companies.

The Challenges

We've a couple of challenges confirmed so far, with more to coming soon. The challenges are from: 

European Space Agency

The European economy is powered by Space. From agriculture to infrastructure, tourism, transport and health, our core industries leverage Space technology in business every day. The European Space Agency (ESA) wants to hear from companies with immersive commercial applications for satellite data and other space assets. These might for example make use of:  

  • Geolocation, Augmented Reality or Location-Based Services, or uses of the precise clock signals broadcast by sat navigation satellites
  • Satellite image data. Products might be based on algorithmic or AI image analysis of visible, infrared and radar images which are freely available
  • Satellite telecom and data connections. e.g. in IoT or data connections to/from remote locations or moving vehicles
  • Spin-out and spin-in from the space programme and the ISS (International Space Station)
  • Data visualisation of satellite data 

Siemens 

Siemens are looking for new and innovative solutions related to optimising processes across the entire value chain. By utilising immersive technologies across the extended reality spectrum to improve; product, process and plant design as well as manufacturing and service. These solutions should enable operators to naturally use this technology within the areas of simulation, operations, maintenance and repair, remote collaboration and training. We currently are focusing on two specific areas; The first is working with our Digital Factory in electronics manufacturing and lean cell optimisation and the second in one of our state-of-the-art train maintenance facilities assisting engineering teams with inspection and servicing of rail rolling stock.

Deloitte

At Deloitte our mantra is “Fall in love with the problem, not the solution”. We work with a huge variety of clients across all industries and so we end up falling in love with some really interesting problems. Even within our own organisation, with over 260,000 employees worldwide, there are big challenges that we need to address.

Digital realities are fast becoming key components of solutions that we’re crafting to solve these problems and we are always looking to partner with skilled teams who can deliver for our clients and for us.

Some examples of projects that we have helped clients with recently or where we actively looking for assistance:

  • An enterprise wide deployment of mobile VR for training, integrated with an existing solution for tracking learning.
  • Immersive health and safety/posture training
  • Augmented reality for guided maintenance and see-what-I-see remote support.
  • A VR based project room for international team collaboration.
  • Using VR and AR for collaboration on product/spatial design/inspection between multiple international teams, integrated into the existing design workflow.
  • Whole world simulation and visualisation for transportation/infrastructure projects
  • A 360 video based collaborative training environment for technical education (1 teacher, multiple students)

Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar Land Rover is one of the world’s leading producers of premium cars. Innovation and design, developing and delivering for new products that will shape the future of mobility. It is looking for companies to address the following challenges:

  • Seamless data transfer, large data into an immersive simulation context
  • Data analytics transfers into a working immersive environment
  • Sensory fusion (human senses into a realistic immersive virtual enviroment
  • Intuitive UX within a immersive context
  • Assisted AR creating a training and development aid 

 

The application process

If you are interested in attending, you will have to go through a selection process, so we can ensure there's the right mix of companies participating.

Step 1: Make sure you've read the challenges

You will need to read more about the challenges to make sure this event is for you. You will need to address at least one of these challenges if you are selected to attend. 

Step 2: Fill out the short online application

 The online application form gives you the chance to tell us about your company and why you want to attend. 

Step 3: Selection takes place

We will be in touch at least a week before the event to let you know if you've been successful. Once you've confirmed your attendance, you will need to prepare for each of the individual meetings with the challenge companies.

Any questions?

If you need any more details, please contact Carrie Wootten on carrie.wootten@ktn-uk.org

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Feb
1
9:30 AM09:30

ISCF Audience of the Future Workshop - Cardiff

On 27th November 2017, BEIS published the "Industrial Strategy - Building a Britain fit for the future” White Paper. The Industrial Strategy includes a number of valuable opportunities for the Creative Industries including a proposed £33m challenge fund for Audience of the Future.

The business case for the challenge is currently being finalised. Should the business case receive approval, the expectation will be for the funding to become available in Spring 2018.

This programme of workshops, organised by KTN / Immerse UK on behalf of Innovate UK and the Research Councils, presents an opportunity for delegates to learn more about the proposed Audience of the Future programme, as well as a chance to meet other businesses, researchers, etc. and build new collaborations. Feedback gathered will inform and influence grant-funding opportunities.

Places are strictly limited. Successful applicants will be informed by 22nd January.

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Feb
2
9:30 AM09:30

ISCF Audience of the Future Workshop - London

On 27th November 2017, BEIS published the "Industrial Strategy - Building a Britain fit for the future” White Paper. The Industrial Strategy includes a number of valuable opportunities for the Creative Industries including a proposed £33m challenge fund for Audience of the Future.

The business case for the challenge is currently being finalised. Should the business case receive approval, the expectation will be for the funding to become available in Spring 2018.

This programme of workshops, organised by KTN / Immerse UK on behalf of Innovate UK and the Research Councils, presents an opportunity for delegates to learn more about the proposed Audience of the Future programme, as well as a chance to meet other businesses, researchers, etc. and build new collaborations. Feedback gathered will inform and influence grant-funding opportunities.

Places are strictly limited. Successful applicants will be informed by 22nd January.

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Feb
5
9:30 AM09:30

ISCF Audience of the Future Workshop - Manchester

On 27th November 2017, BEIS published the "Industrial Strategy - Building a Britain fit for the future” White Paper. The Industrial Strategy includes a number of valuable opportunities for the Creative Industries including a proposed £33m challenge fund for Audience of the Future.

The business case for the challenge is currently being finalised. Should the business case receive approval, the expectation will be for the funding to become available in Spring 2018.

This programme of workshops, organised by KTN / Immerse UK on behalf of Innovate UK and the Research Councils, presents an opportunity for delegates to learn more about the proposed Audience of the Future programme, as well as a chance to meet other businesses, researchers, etc. and build new collaborations. Feedback gathered will inform and influence grant-funding opportunities.

Places are strictly limited. Successful applicants will be informed by 22nd January.

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Feb
7
9:00 AM09:00

Investment Readiness Bootcamp

We are partnering with the Accelerator Network to deliver a series of Investment Readiness Bootcamp days to support Immersive Technology getting ready to secure investment from leading UK investors. 

Join us for this day long bootcamp that will deep dive into your investment readiness from a legal, financial and investor perspective. You'll learn about the investment landscape and tools to help you secure investment from the right investor for your business.

Places are strictly limited and companies who successfully complete the Bootcamp day and are deemed to be investment ready will be invited to present to an audience of appropriate investors who are looking for opportunities in this sector on 27th March 2018.

Who should apply to attend

The bootcamp is aimed at immersive technology business specifically working across AR & VR and looking to raise investment (£150k-£1m).

How much does it cost?

The bootcamp is free to attend.

How to apply

Attendance is by application only. You'll need to tell us more about you, your team and your company by filling in a short online application form. 

Can't make the date? There's more bootcamps running on: 12th January and 2nd March

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Feb
8
9:30 AM09:30

Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition: Leeds Briefing

This briefing event is designed for you to find out more about Innovate UK's Health & Life Sciences and Emerging & Enabling Technologies Competition. This fund will invest up to £19m to support innovation that offers significant changes in productivity and cutting-edge innovation. The competition has two strands; strand 1 is for health and life sciences projects and strand 2 is for emerging and enabling technologies projects. A further £12m is available to fund Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs).

All projects must involve at least one SME, working alone or in collaboration with other organisations. Projects with costs over £100,000 must be collaborative and include a funded partner.

 

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Feb
12
9:30 AM09:30

ISCF Audience of the Future Workshop - Glasgow

On 27th November 2017, BEIS published the "Industrial Strategy - Building a Britain fit for the future” White Paper. The Industrial Strategy includes a number of valuable opportunities for the Creative Industries including a proposed £33m challenge fund for Audience of the Future.

The business case for the challenge is currently being finalised. Should the business case receive approval, the expectation will be for the funding to become available in Spring 2018.

This programme of workshops, organised by KTN / Immerse UK on behalf of Innovate UK and the Research Councils, presents an opportunity for delegates to learn more about the proposed Audience of the Future programme, as well as a chance to meet other businesses, researchers, etc. and build new collaborations. Feedback gathered will inform and influence grant-funding opportunities.

Places are strictly limited. Successful applicants will be informed by 22nd January.

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Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

Investment Readiness Bootcamp

We are partnering with the Accelerator Network to deliver a series of Investment Readiness Bootcamp days to support Immersive Technology getting ready to secure investment from leading UK investors. 

Join us for this day long bootcamp that will deep dive into your investment readiness from a legal, financial and investor perspective. You'll learn about the investment landscape and tools to help you secure investment from the right investor for your business.

Places are strictly limited and companies who successfully complete the Bootcamp day and are deemed to be investment ready will be invited to present to an audience of appropriate investors who are looking for opportunities in this sector on 27th March 2018.

Who should apply to attend

The bootcamp is aimed at immersive technology business specifically working across AR & VR and looking to raise investment (£150k-£1m).

How much does it cost?

The bootcamp is free to attend.

How to apply

Attendance is by application only. You'll need to tell us more about you, your team and your company by filling in a short online application form. 

Can't make the date? There's more bootcamps running on: 12th January and 7th February

 

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Jan
16
9:30 AM09:30

Modelling, Simulations, AI and AR for CAVs Competition: London Briefing Event

Join the KTN to find out more about the scope for the Modelling, Simulations, AI and AR for Connected and Automated Vehicles competition.

This briefing session will give you an insight into the £15m competition and the application process. There will also be the chance to network with representatives of the AutomotiveModelling, SimulationsAIAugmented Reality and Gaming worlds.

Pitching opportunities will also be available for attendees who would like to showcase their work and approach in order to facilitate better networking opportunities. If you would like to be involved, please select this option on the registration form.

About the competition

In the recently published Industrial Strategy, the Government outlined its ambition to have self-driving vehicles on the UK roads by 2021. Today, the UK Government has just agreed on a landmark Automotive Sector Deal which offered details on the next stages of funding for the CAV world.

Details of the programme will be published in due course.

Not able to attend? This event is available online via webcast and there will be further regional events in Cardiff (18th Jan), Coventry (22nd Jan), Belfast (23rd Jan) and Edinburgh (25th Jan).

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Jan
12
9:00 AM09:00

Investment Readiness Bootcamp

We are partnering with the Accelerator Network to deliver a series of Investment Readiness Bootcamp days to support Immersive Technology getting ready to secure investment from leading UK investors. 

Join us for this day long bootcamp that will deep dive into your investment readiness from a legal, financial and investor perspective. You'll learn about the investment landscape and tools to help you secure investment from the right investor for your business.

Places are strictly limited and companies who successfully complete the Bootcamp day and are deemed to be investment ready will be invited to present to an audience of appropriate investors who are looking for opportunities in this sector on 27th March 2018.

Who should apply to attend

The bootcamp is aimed at immersive technology business specifically working across AR & VR and looking to raise investment (£150k-£1m).

How much does it cost?

The bootcamp is free to attend.

How to apply

Attendance is by application only. You'll need to tell us more about you, your team and your company by filling in a short online application form. 

Can't make the date? There's more bootcamps running on: 7th February and 2nd March

 

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Dec
12
9:00 AM09:00

Investment Readiness Bootcamp

We are partnering with the Accelerator Network to deliver a series of Investment Readiness Bootcamp days to support Immersive Technology getting ready to secure investment from leading UK investors. 

Join us for this day long bootcamp that will deep dive into your investment readiness from a legal, financial and investor perspective. You'll learn about the investment landscape and tools to help you secure investment from the right investor for your business.

Places are strictly limited and companies who successfully complete the Bootcamp day and are deemed to be investment ready will be invited to present to an audience of appropriate investors who are looking for opportunities in this sector on 27th March 2018.

Who should apply to attend

The bootcamp is aimed at immersive technology business specifically working across AR & VR and looking to raise investment (£150k-£1m).

How much does it cost?

The bootcamp is free to attend.

How to apply

Attendance is by application only. You'll need to tell us more about you, your team and your company by filling in a short online application form. 

Can't make the date? There's more bootcamps running on: 12th January, 7th February and 2nd March

 

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Nov
28
10:00 AM10:00

Immerse UK Speed Networking: with Ogilvy & Mather

Are you an SME working in the world of immersive technology? Join us to discuss your ideas, technologies and solutions with cutting edge companies at our frenetic and fun speed networking session in central London. You'll get the chance to pitch your innovative ideas and network. 

Ogilvy & Mather has set a variety of real life client challenges and you will spend the morning working around the room and pitching your ideas in response to the challenges set.  Check out the challenges

 

 

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Nov
23
9:00 AM09:00

VR Next Network Event - Berlin

Immerse UK are founding partners of VR Next - supported by 3IT, Arte and Laval Virtual. The VR Next Network aims to build a European forum for co-investment, distribution, collaboration and knowledge exchange. This is the first of four events this year. Each event consists of an investor panel and scope for eight European SMEs to pitch to VCs from Sweden, Finland and Germany.

There is an opportunity for two/three UK SMEs to attend, who are looking for investment at 500k and beyond. Attendance is at your own cost. Contact Fiona Kilkelly if interested. 

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Nov
22
6:00 PM18:00

VRLO

We're delighted to be partnering with VRLO for our end of year drinks reception. 

In addition to a great networking opportunity, it also gives you the chance to experience live demonstrations and awesome content. We'll also be holding 1-2-1 advice sessions on funding throughout the event.

It is free for Immerse UK members, but tickets go like hot cakes. We've places reserved for Immerse UK members - use the promotional code VRLOImmerse when booking your place.

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Nov
14
10:00 AM10:00

Immerse UK Speed Networking: with Nottingham City Council

Rise to the challenges set by Team Sky, Rolls Royce, Inspire, BAE Systems Castle Rock Brewery, Proctor & Gamble and the National Theatre.

Are you an SME working in the world of immersive technology? Join us to discuss your ideas, technologies and solutions with cutting edge companies at our frenetic and fun speed networking session in Nottingham. You'll get the chance to pitch your innovative ideas and network. 

How it works

You will spend the morning working your way around the room, having six minute meetings with each of the challengers (Team Sky, Rolls Royce, Inspire, BAE Systems, Castle Rock Brewery, Proctor & Gamble and the National Theatre).  You'll get the chance to pitch your ideas in response to the challenges set.  Check out the challenges

Just like speedmatching, both you and the challenge companies are given "dance cards" to indicate an interest in following up conversations. After the speed networking session there will be lunch provided, with the chance to network informally with the challengers and other pitching companies.

Applications to attend are now closed, however you may be interested in our London speed networking with Ogilvy and Mather

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Nov
7
1:30 PM13:30

Introducing Innovation Loans Briefing - Belfast Session

Innovate UK is holding a series of events around the UK to introduce a new pilot programme for innovation loans.

To introduce these exciting new innovation loans, KTN is hosting a series of events across the UK.  These events are aimed at senior decision-makers (CEO / CFO / CTO) in innovative SMEs and at key intermediaries in professional services firms and public sector support organisations. At the events, Innovate UK will explain the rationale for innovation loans and where they sit in the landscape of innovation support, outline the key features and obligations of the loans and explain how they will be delivered and operated.

 

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Nov
6
1:30 PM13:30

Introducing Innovation Loans Briefing - Cardiff Session

Innovate UK is holding a series of events around the UK to introduce a new pilot programme for innovation loans.

To introduce these exciting new innovation loans, KTN is hosting a series of events across the UK.  These events are aimed at senior decision-makers (CEO / CFO / CTO) in innovative SMEs and at key intermediaries in professional services firms and public sector support organisations. At the events, Innovate UK will explain the rationale for innovation loans and where they sit in the landscape of innovation support, outline the key features and obligations of the loans and explain how they will be delivered and operated.

 

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Nov
2
1:30 PM13:30

Introducing Innovation Loans Briefing - Birmingham Session

Innovate UK is holding a series of events around the UK to introduce a new pilot programme for innovation loans.

To introduce these exciting new innovation loans, KTN is hosting a series of events across the UK.  These events are aimed at senior decision-makers (CEO / CFO / CTO) in innovative SMEs and at key intermediaries in professional services firms and public sector support organisations. At the events, Innovate UK will explain the rationale for innovation loans and where they sit in the landscape of innovation support, outline the key features and obligations of the loans and explain how they will be delivered and operated.

 

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Nov
1
to Nov 2

VRTGO

A two-day conference at the Baltic Centre, Newcastle. Hear from leading VR experts and VR buyers on the future of VR. Experience cutting edge technology used for serious applications such as automotive, modelling, training and marketing, as well as in the ever popular gaming world.

This year, Immerse UK will be running a panel discussion - watch this space for further details.  

Earlybird tickets are now on sale

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Oct
18
to Oct 19

Digital Construction Week

As part of Digital Construction Week, Immerse UK is partnering with i3P to bring together up to eight SMEs with i3P members - Heathrow Airport, Kier Group and CH2M, who have outlined three unique and exciting challenges.

We are inviting SMEs to apply to present and pitch solutions to these challenges using immersive technologies. Pitches will take place on 18th October at Digital Construction Week at ExCel, London. Find out more about the challenges and pitching, or find out more about Digital Construction Week 

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Oct
13
9:30 AM09:30

CreativeXR Briefing Session - The Landing, MediaCity, Manchester

Immerse UK and Digital Catapult are joining forces to help you find out more about CreativeXR by running a series of briefing sessions. This programme, developed with the Arts Council England with support from Innovate UK, offers access to early stage finance and much more! Free registration for the Manchester session

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Oct
11
6:00 PM18:00

CreativeXR Briefing Session - Digital Catapult Centre, London

Immerse UK and Digital Catapult are joining forces to help you find out more about CreativeXR by running a series of briefing sessions. This programme, developed with the Arts Council England with support from Innovate UK, offers access to early stage finance and much more! Free registration for the London session

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Oct
10
6:00 PM18:00

CreativeXR Briefing Session - The MAC, Belfast

Immerse UK, Digital Catapult NI and Immersive Tech NI are joining forces to help you find out more about CreativeXR by running a series of briefing sessions. This programme, developed with the Arts Council England with support from Innovate UK, offers access to early stage finance and much more! Free registration for the Belfast session

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Oct
10
10:00 AM10:00

Internationalising Immersive Workshop

Immerse UK is partnering with Digital Catapult and the Department for International Trade (DIT)  to aid UK augmented and virtual reality SMEs who are ready to export to international markets, or may be looking to do so in the next 18 months.

You must apply to attend by 4th October and successful applicants will be informed on 7th October. Find out more and apply to attend

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Oct
5
5:00 PM17:00

CreativeXR Briefing Session - Baltimore House, Gateshead

Immerse UK and Digital Catapult are joining forces to help you find out more about CreativeXR by running a series of briefing sessions. This programme, developed with the Arts Council England with support from Innovate UK, offers access to early stage finance and much more! Free registration for the Gateshead session

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Oct
4
6:00 PM18:00

CreativeXR Briefing Session - The FuseBox, Brighton

Immerse UK and Digital Catapult are joining forces to help you find out more about CreativeXR by running a series of briefing sessions. This programme, developed with the Arts Council England with support from Innovate UK, offers access to early stage finance and much more! Free registration for the Brighton session

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Sep
8
1:00 PM13:00

VR Writers Room Workshop with Digital Jam Ltd

 
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As a leading authority within your sector on narrative design & creative storytelling we would be delighted if you could add your voice to the conversation during an upcoming VR Writers Room® Workshop event on 8th September.


The VR Writers Room Workshops bring together experts and thought leaders from across the VR and Entertainment industries to discuss the future of narrative design and creative storytelling for Immersive entertainment formats. This session is a live workshop hosted and moderated by the creator of the VR Writers Room®, Tanya Laird.

 

The original invitation only VR Writers Room® consisted of representation from the film, game, TV, comic, theatre, Immersive theatre, Transmedia and OOH (Theme Park) industries.

 

The results of the original research can be found here and include a 15 page whitepaper, more than 4 hours of podcasts and a summary infographic.

 

This session will continue the original discussion and explore the findings of the original VR Writers Room®.

Agenda:

13:00 - Register & Networking

13:30 - Session opens

15:00 - Break

15:30 - Session concludes

17:30 - Summary and Review

18:00 - Drinks and Networking in the Rooftop Bar

Please register your interest to attend this event. 

 

 

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Sep
7
9:30 AM09:30

Immersive Digital Business Drop-In

If you are working in Immersive Tech and are looking for support to help you grow your business, join the Knowledge Transfer Network's September information and networking drop-in event. It is designed to support immersive tech businesses and learn more about the Innovate UK family including, the Digital Catapult and the Knowledge Transfer Network as well as other organisations that have opportunities and support for UK based businesses across all sectors.

Held at the Digital Catapult Centre. Find out more

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Jul
18
6:00 PM18:00

VRLO and the Immerse UK Summer Party

VRLO is back; bigger and better than ever!  The UK's  largest meetup for virtual reality practitioners and enthusiasts, and featuring some of the biggest names in the VR world. Held at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London, VRLO is in conjunction with Immerse UK's summer party. Tickets are free and booking is essential - Immerse UK members should use the code IMMERSEVRLO when booking

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