MOBILISE Networking Series
organize and encourage (a group of people) to take collective action in pursuit of a particular objective.
What is the purpose of the MOBILISE Innovation Networking Sessions?
To bring UWA innovators together with business to learn more about each other, create and collaborate. We know there are opportunities out there. We want to help them find each other. These sessions will let researchers and business explore the possibilities and create borderless networks to see if we can facilitate mutually beneficial partnerships.
Virtual & Augmented Reality - a reality in transforming research and business?
Digital capabilities, adoption and usage are evolving at a supercharged pace.
It’s a scramble just to keep up with the relentless rate of innovation; the sectors, companies and individuals on the digital frontier which continue to push the boundaries of technology use.
Virtual reality and augmented reality are gaining momentum, but what is the reality of VR and AR for small business?
These technologies have far greater applications than just gaming. VR and AR applications will potentially change how we shop, advertise, learn and communicate. Some have estimated that the market for VR and AR could be worth $150 billion within four years.
AR and VR technology are now more affordable and is likely to touch every industry from gaming, to automotive and agriculture, through to tourism and health.
This session will provide you with an immersive hands-on experience to generate creative thought on how AR and VR technology could be applied to your business or research.
Here is your opportunity to explore the technology and find out more on the expertise and collaborative opportunities that may be possible between your business and research innovation.
How do I get to the venue?
The Monadelphous Integrated Learning Centre (MILC) is located near Electrical and Electronic Engineering Building. Here's a link to get directions.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
UWAIQ email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0437 711 456