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NZVRARA APPOINTS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The New Zealand VR/AR Association Inc has appointed Courteney Lomas to the position of Executive Director. Courteney is the NZVRARA Student Chapter President and studied industrial design at Massey University Wellington, before joining the Association. NZVRARA Chair, Michael Gregg, is delighted to welcome Courteney to the role and to the Executive Committee. “Following our recent Read More

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Future Realities a highlight of upcoming Techweek

As the first national tech week approaches in May one of the highlight events, Future Realities, has attracted support from the local innovation community and international speakers including Author Neal Stephenson. The aim of this event is to boost understanding of the opportunities for new technology for business, to spark fresh interest in the burgeoning Read More

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VR EXPORT FORECAST TO BOOM SAYS INDUSTRY REPORT

Wellington-based Virtual Reality company Blackeye has released BlackpaperOne, exploring the booming virtual, augmented and mixed reality industry predicted to be worth NZ$205 billion (US$150 billion) globally in five years and predicts an exciting new export industry will explode in Wellington. Blackeye, which operates a virtual and augmented reality consultancy, says BlackpaperOne highlights huge opportunities for Read More

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BAFTA VR Advisory Group support NZVRARA

The New Zealand VR/AR Association is very pleased to announce we have gained support from the BAFTA VR Advisory Group. ” New Zealand has shown extraordinary success in the development of VR/AR technology, particularly in the development of ground-breaking VFX and computer animation to enhance the visual panorama of cinematic storytelling. We welcome NZVRARA joining Read More

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