VR is Coming to Work…
Whether it’s a multinational or an SME, thought leaders need to get on top of Virtual Reality (VR). It could be VR, Augmented Reality (AR) or Mixed Reality (MR), your business and/or career is going to come in contact with it in the near future. This magical virtual technology is already augmenting business and industries across the globe. The effect is immense, even greater ways than it is possible to convey without experiencing it first hand. That is where #VRforWORK comes in, powered by Bank of Ireland.
The #VRforWORK campaign showcases what the services industry can achieve investing in innovation.
When & Where?
You can drop down anytime between 10–4pm, Monday — Friday, at Bank of Ireland, 1 Grand Canal Square. You will be brought through a VR experience in communications. As we introduce people to the experience of virtual reality, we are also running a test between video communications and virtual reality.
“We have a number of headsets available throughout the week, including HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Google Daydream and the Microsoft Hololens.”
The Virtual Brief
Tuesday morning we have breakfast with vr, the perfect start to your day! There is a short introduction to VR from Mike Harlick, Bank of Ireland’s Innovation Wizard, Dr. Abraham Campbell, CRO meetingRoom & Head of VRLab UCD, followed by Jonny Cosgrove, CEO meetingRoom. With coffee and orange juice, along with demo’s to help kickstart your imagination for the week.
How does VR Work?
Less talk, more testing. We put you in virtual reality rooms.We have a number of headsets available throughout the week, including HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Google Daydream and the Microsoft Hololens.
If you have any questions or would like to book in advance, feel free to get in touch with us at [email protected]