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VRTogether at Stereopsia (World Immersion Forum)

For the eleventh consecutive year, Stereopsia will take place in Belgium (Brussels) on 11-13 December in SQUARE & BOZAR. Also known as “World Immersion Forum”, Stereopsia brings together the world’s greatest professionals in the field of immersive technologies and content: Virtual and Mixed Reality, 3D Cinema, 3D Sound, Artificial Intelligence … This event has been uniting worldwide experts for the past 10 years.

On Thursday, 12 December, VRTogether will be present at one of the Thematic Conferences within the event on “XR for Social Interaction”. CWI will explain how the project is addressing the research challenges of Social VR in a talk by Dr. Pablo Cesar.


Chairman: Louis Cacciuttolo (VRrOOm, France)

  • Are trolls inherent to the fairy worlds of social XR,  Louis Cacciuttolo (VRrOOm, France)
  • Social VR: a new medium for remote communication & collaboration,  Pablo Cesar (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), The Netherlands)
  • Social VR: how to get an amazing and unique story, Ana Revilla Hernando (The Modern C.P., Spain & USA)
  • XR interactions with AI-powered virtual characters, from services to social experiences, Stéphane Juffé (Bemersive, France)
  • Practical tips for organizing innovative XR events,  Antony Vitillo (New Technology Walkers, Italy)
  • How virtual reality can promote sustainability,  Géraldine Fauville (Stanford University, USA)

These presentations will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&As.


Social VR: a new medium for remote communication & collaboration

by Dr.Pablo Cesar (CWI)

Thematic Conference: ‘XR for Social Interaction’
Thursday, 12 December, 2019
11:00 – 12:30 h

Stereopsia – World Immersion Forum

11-13 December, 2019
SQUARE (Brussels Convention Center) & BOZAR, Brussels (Belgium)

Come and follow us in this VR journey with i2CAT, CWI, TNO, CERTH, Artanim, Viaccess-Orca, Entropy Studio and Motion Spell.

This project has been funded by the European Commission as part of the H2020 program, under the grant agreement 762111.