How is 5G changing the creative industries – and what are the predicted trends? This panel discussion will take a closer look at the impact of 5G on production, distribution and consumption models, as well as content that is made.
If you’re a documentary content creator, the Alternate Realities Talent Market can give you the chance to pitch your project to international decision makers. Open for applications for VR, AR, XR, immersive sound, games, 360-video, live performance, motion comic, room-scale experience and/or installation projects.
This workshop from the KTN and Innovate UK/UKRI will help shape the future R&D programme and future competitions for the Foundation Industries by exploring the needs & opportunities and the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the foundation industries.
The festival of all things AI, machine learning, deep learning and what’s next in the world of technology. Bringing together the brightest minds on the planet across industry, government and academia, CEOs, entrepreneurs, policy makers, artists, academics and activists.
Join KTN’s Access to Funding and Finance specialist Charlotte Thompson as she talks about the post-lockdown funding landscape with Nigel Walker of Innovate UK, Roderick Beer of UKBAA and Jane Theaker of Kinomica.
Immerse UK’s Asha Easton will be joining this online panel to kick-off techUK’s AR/VR for business, exploring why key industries have been able to take a lead in adopting immersive technology
The XR Access Initiative, in partnership with the Autonomous University of Barcelona is holding a workshop on XR accessibility. The call for presentations is now open for research, prototypes and accessibility concepts that help advance best practice and standards for XR technologies.
If you are an early stage company looking for funding, the Inspiring Investment workshop is for you. Led by industry experts, this full-day masterclass will cover the key market principles to funding success and show you how to stand out from the crowd. A KTN event with UKBAA.
This free event from Cambridge Wireless features experts from ITV, Sky, BBC and Ravensbourne University to discuss the current use of XR in content creation for TV, film and other media, as well as opportunities for new applications using the latest software and devices.
A day of talks and an evening performance exploring ways sound can occupy space. Discover ways in which sound appears in its physical, psychological, compositional, digital, electronic and analogue forms. Themes will interrogate spatial sound, architecture, objects, experimentation and how it can play, interact and synergise between individuals, communities and the environment.
Network with like-minded women, learn from experts and hear from successful female business owners at this exciting North East event. Female founders and women working within innovation from all industries are encouraged to attend.
Bringing together healthcare professionals, industry, engineers, designers, academics, and patient representatives to explore the latest medical technological developments. At the heart of the conference will be opportunities for cross-disciplinary networking and collaboration to ensure children and young people receive the best and most advanced healthcare.