Are you a laboratory or university?
Win your 9m² exhibition space
ReVolution #Research is an annual competition for universities and laboratories using Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality. During Laval Virtual it showcases the world’s best VR projects. Selected by a jury of professionals and scientists, by taking part in this competition you could benefit from a free exhibition space at Laval Virtual in a dedicated pavilion designated as the show’s most innovative demonstration area. Technology demonstrations, beta testing and VR proof of concept (PoC) are encouraged.
- 90 applications
- 14 selected
- 3 finalists
- 1 winner
Laval Virtual Awards
A prestigious ceremony
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 #Research ReVolution competition on the 1st Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality show: Laval Virtual!
Take part in ReVolution #Research
There is an experiential gap between people who love VR with a HMD and those who watch it around them. TeleSight provides a cooperation experience with a third party in the real world by reproducing the VR space and the avatar of the VR player using a robot and a projection system. It aims to present a new communication and interaction embodied between the VR player and the third player. A third player can see what is happening in the virtual world through the movement of the robot and the projected vision. Also a third player can embody the interaction with the VR player by means of an avatar robot. Laval Virtual selected this project in the final stage of the IVRC 2018.