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OC3 Keynotes and Talks Now Available—Plus Oculus Makes Call for Research

OC3 Keynotes and Talks Now Available—Plus Oculus Makes Call for Research!

  • Oculus Research Announces $250K in Grants
  • OC3 Keynotes and Talks Now Available-Plus Oculus Makes Call for Research
  • To help drive new research in cognitive science, vision science, and related communities, Oculus Research is offering $250,000 in funding to support projects that advance perceptual science as it relates to VR.
  • Videos from last week’s Oculus Connect 3 developers conference are now live on our YouTube channel .
  • Whether you were unable to attend, couldn’t squeeze a certain talk into your schedule, or just want to relive the experience, we’ve got you covered.

Whether you were unable to attend, couldn’t squeeze a certain talk into your schedule, or just want to relive the experience, we’ve got you covered.

@oculus: OC3 Keynotes and Talks Now Available—Plus Oculus Makes Call for Research!

Videos from last week’s Oculus Connect 3 developers conference are now live on our YouTube channel.

Whether you were unable to attend, couldn’t squeeze a certain talk into your schedule, or just want to relive the experience, we’ve got you covered.

Highlights include:

More than 25 Oculus announcements in the opening keynote!

Mark Zuckerberg as he discusses the next phase of VR, including an exciting live demo of Facebook’s latest social VR experience.

Oculus Chief Scientist Michael Abrash’s predictions for VR’s future.

John Carmack’s much-anticipated closing keynote.

Dozens of great talks like Social VR: A Conversation with Mike Booth, The Evolving Landscape of PC VR Game Design, and Art in VR: The Creative Potential of Quill and Medium.

Pioneering VR music creators discuss how artists can express themselves in this new medium during the Amplifying the Experience: Music in VR panel.

Oculus Research Announces $250K in Grants

To help drive new research in cognitive science, vision science, and related communities, Oculus Research is offering $250,000 in funding to support projects that advance perceptual science as it relates to VR.

Download the Call for Research for more information on how to apply.

This is an incredible opportunity to drive new breakthroughs. We can’t wait to share the winning proposal(s) next month!

— The Oculus Team

OC3 Keynotes and Talks Now Available—Plus Oculus Makes Call for Research

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