Deadline for applications
Announcement of the finalists
Awards Ceremony

Are you a VR/AR production studio?

Win your 9m² exhibition space

ReVolution #Experiences is a competition intended for production studios that produce content for Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality. By taking part in this competition, you have the potential to win a free exhibition space at Laval Virtual in a dedicated pavilion designated as the show’s most innovative demonstration area.

6 production studios will have the opportunity to present their demos to professional visitors. VR/AR content will be in the spotlight! The subject this year is "cross technology", a blend of immersive technologies and one or several of these technologies: voice recognition, Artificial Intelligence, Biometrics, multi sensory rendering, Blockchain, BCI, Haptics and interrelated interfaces.

  • 90 applications
  • 6 selected
  • 3 finalists
  • 1 winner

Laval Virtual Awards

Une cérémonie prestigieuse

For over twenty years, Laval Virtual Awards has recognised virtual reality and augmented reality projects that help to resolve industrial, commercial issues. It also showcases emerging players in the sector through the ReVolution prizes and showcases the world of digital art with the Recto VRso prize. The awards ceremony will take place at 19:00 on 23rd April 2020 at the Théâtre de Laval (Full Pass holders only). Laval Virtual is the first step for emerging players in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality who want to grow. Come and present your expertise at the #Experiences ReVolution competition on the 1st Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality show: Laval Virtual!

Take part in ReVolution #Experiences


Winner 2019

Art Plunge is a gallery where visitors are immersed in famous paintings. It is a short but great experience comprising 5 virtual reality interpretations of the following works: Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh, The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo and Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window by Johannes Vermeer.