Laval Virtual ReVolution 2007
-World Performance of VR Applications-
Laval Virtual ReVolution is an annual honor to the world’s finest VR project, by Laval Virtual. This is a hall of fame award that decides the best Virtual Reality demonstration and/or application from all over the world. Virtual Reality is not only a technology but also a never ending story between computers and human history.
We cannot get the final answer of this issue immediately, as we still need to find and walk one of the many possible paths that will lead us to a future navigated by brilliant stars. The staring at those stars should be continued for the future voyagers on the way.
Of course, a great number of academic papers or commercial products can build a way of Virtual Reality. However we suggest a new relation between developmental projects and general public at on-site demonstrations. If a performed project has impact, technology and is persuasive, it will move the general public and change the common sense. So, this means a revolution in the history of Virtual Reality.
Please try to join today’s stardom with your exciting project.
And share the activity from all over the world!
Session Organizer: Akihiko SHIRAI, Ph.D (ENSAM P&I Lab / JSPS)
Laval Virtual 2007, one of the biggest European Virtual Reality conventions, will be held at 18th-22nd April. A new demonstration session, “ReVolution” was successfully started at last edition. And is it is now open to receive your submissions for 2007.
We hope to accept your brilliant projects which can get over the current common sense of Virtual Reality and make changes to the current human-computer interfaces and Virtual Reality history.
-New Media Designs
-New Game Systems
-New Human Interfaces and Displays
……..And any other “non genre” VR projects
[Call for Demo]
Submission Deadline: 31st Jan. 2007 23:59 GMT [Extended]-> 7th Feb. 2007 23:59 GMT
Results will be announced at 20th Feb. 2007.
Please register this website now, then read documents below.
-2nd Call For Demo (International, English & Japanese)
Akihiko Shirai, Ph.D
Presence & Innovation Laboratory ENSAM France