MN VR and HCI Holiday Social and Demos

Posted by IGDA Twin Cities on November 30, 2015

VR Party Time!

Wednesday, December 9, 2015
from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM
at space150!

Eventbrite - MN VR and HCI Dec 2015: Social and Demos

Space, snacks and soda generously provided by space150  Please try to arrive at the 3rd Ave entrance between 6:30 and 7.  You’ll be escorted to the elevator.

MN VR and HCI Holiday Social and Demos

This is primarily a social event. But, we always like to show work!  Local devs and artists have confirmed 7 very unique demos so far, with some really fun bells and whistles. No matter how hardcore, I guarantee you haven’t experienced even half of these. If you have, we really should hang out.

We’d love folks to bring more demos and show off work. Or, just some GearVRs to test the networked/social VR while in the same physical space!  Remember the tag line of MN VR and HCI: Anything interactive with weird input or output …just not THAT weird. Portable is best, but there is a ramp from street level – please confirm ahead for heavy/large/crazy demos.


There is nearby street parking and surface lots.  Ramp C is also close.


6:30 Social and demos
10:00 Tear down

We’ll resume our normal schedule of every 4th Wed starting 1/27/16, with a VR dev bootcamp just before the Global Game Jam. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for GGJ 2016 on 1/29-31, The holidays are also a great time to bank extra SO points before you’re gone for a whole weekend!

If you’re not familiar with the Global Game Jam, here’s info and history/stats.  Our local site last year ended up with 6 VR and HCI focused games. Let’s make more this year!



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