The Georgia Game Developers Association will present “The Unreal Art of VR at Pulseworks” on June 13.
Pulseworks created one of the most exciting VR attractions of the year with “Spacewalk: Danger in Orbit” at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.
On June 13, GGDA gives a look at how they created an experience for tourists, gamers, and even NASA itself. While VR technology mimics the immersive visuals of the real world, Pulseworks motion and effects technology reconfirms what wearers are seeing by providing input to their other senses. Dynamic motion provides important cues to the brain that they are really traveling, and stunning surround-sound audio and gripping 4-D effects heighten feelings of realism.
The event will be held at the Pulsworks facility (5100 Highlands Pkwy SE, Smyrna, GA 30082). Networking will be held at 6pm and 8pm, with the event launching in between at 7pm. Cost of admission is $10, btu free to GGDA or Technology Association of Georgia members.
Those who cannot attend can view a livestream on the day of the event.