The Editorial board of Frontiers in Virtual Reality is pleased to present a series of virtual seminars that will take place over the coming weeks. These seminars are aimed at students, researchers and practitioners in the fields of virtual and augmented reality and its applications. Interested members of the public would also be welcome.
**Please note, the final panel event of the series – Ethics Issues in Virtual and Augmented Reality – has now been scheduled for Thursday 17th September at 16:00 CEST (Brussels, Paris, Madrid).**
The seminars will be live-streamed on YouTube via this link:
Questions can be put to the speakers through the YouTube comments.
All the times displayed are in Central European Summer Time (UTC+2)
|Speaker||Title||Date & time|
|Transforming the self through virtual reality||11th May,|
Sylvia Pan (moderator)
Dave Haynes (VIVE)
Dr Chi Xu (Nreal)
|XR for bringing people together in times of lockdown and post-COVID||13th May,|
|Carolina Cruz Neira|
|Virtual Reality as the New Innovation Engine||14th May,|
|Technical Challenges of Mixed Reality||18th May,|
|Augmented Reality as the Future of Personal Computing||20th May,|
|Xueni (Sylvia) Pan|
|Virtual Characters: from training to immersive gaming||21st May,|
|Haptics for VR||27th May,|
|Brain Control Interfaces (BCI) for VR: Explicit Control and Beyond||1st June,|
|Impossible outside virtual reality||4th June,|
|Haptic Interaction in Virtual Environments||5th June,|
|Albert Skip Rizzo|
|Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for PTSD||8th June,|
|Ensuring Self-Presence through Embodied Interaction in Immersive VR||12th June,|
|Virtuality-Reality Interaction in Blended Reality Spaces||17th June,|
Followed by a Panel Session chaired by:
|Ethics Issues in Virtual and Augmented Reality||17th September 4:00pm CEST|
Thanks to Sylvia Xueni Pan and Mar Gonzalez-Franco for technical help in making this possible.
Launched in December 2019, Frontiers in Virtual Reality is one of Frontiers’ newest journals, offering a dedicated open access platform for the latest work in the field of Virtual Reality.
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