🤖 Workshop Overview 🤖
By the end of 2018, there were 171 million active virtual reality users. And in 2020, it is predicted that VR/AR will be a more than $162 billion industry. That's huge! So what are the opportunities for DMOs to tap-into?
During this workshop, the group will learn how to develop 3D environments, visuals, animation and super engaging interactivity, and how to apply this to destination experiences.
Led by one of the team at Norwegian tech company Haptiq, Now will guide participants through an exploratory process to look 'under the hood' at Visit Oslo's new AR App which brings play writer Henrik Ibsen back to the streets of Oslo over 100 years after his death. You'll get the chance to understand how some of the exciting developments on the tech horizon can help bring new experiences to life.
All you need to know for this workshop 📌
Who is it for? 🙋♀️
🤖 Technology enthusiasts
🚀 Trend spotters and curious thinkers
⛰ Experience designers
Your Agenda 🗓
14:00 - 14:30: Introduction & inspirations
14:30 - 15:30: Ideation process
15:30 - 15:45: Coffee Break
15:45 - 16:45: Prototype
16:45 - 17:30: Pitch and debrief
Recommended materials 📝
💻 Your computer
Get an 'under the hood' look at the work behind Visit Oslo's new AR App
Explore different new technologies and those just coming onto the horizon
Take a wide look at common 'problems' in tourism and how tech can solve them
Develop ideas and solutions aligned with current tech-trends
Gain perspective on the current technology landscape and opportunities for your DMO
Workshop hosted by
Haptiq has grown quickly to become a powerhouse in real-time 3d animation and gamification. We create anything from complex simulators to stunning animated holograms of people, past and present or just made up.
Hoa Binh Nguyen, Haptiq
Hoa Binh Nguyen is the project manager at Haptiq, Oslo. He previously worked for the Inbound Group and VR Oslo.
This workshop will be host in the Oslo Science Park. This modern and unique hub is the home of many vibrant communities and clusters, and its specially designed infrastructure makes it the perfect venue. The Science Park is located near the campus of the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital.
👫 Your Buddies 👫
If you are feeling slightly nervous or you are coming to the event alone and you're worried about where you need to be and how to get there, grab a buddy! Our buddies from the #DTTTT and VisitOSLO team will be there to guide you through everything you need to know, where you need to be and also be a helping hand during the workshop. Everything is better with a buddy!
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