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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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CELEBRATING THE WINS

Months of planning came to fruition on the 4th of October when officially incorporated. Since that date we’ve grown to a strong 75 members. Not a bad start. Having worked with many start-ups and step-up companies over the last decade I’ve always been big on learning from the failures and celebrating the wins.  We’ve made Read More

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NZVRARA launches in Wellington, New Zealand

The Wellington launch of the New Zealand VR/AR Association Incorporated was attended by 140 industry people together with associated government and sector representatives. Auckland and Christchurch launches are planned to follow shortly. On the day of the Wellington event, our #NZVRARA hashtag trended to 6th most popular in New Zealand and the event received significant media Read More

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NZVRARA joins the global VRARA

We are delighted to announce that in addition to launching New Zealand’s VR/AR Association (NZVRARA) we have joined forces with the global VR/AR Association as their New Zealand Chapter. VR/AR Association president Nathan Pettyjohn believes “the global connectivity created by the two organizations working together will help accelerate efficient growth and knowledge-sharing for companies across Read More

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NZ’S TOP VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED REALITY INNOVATORS JOIN FORCES

Some of New Zealand’s top innovators in the booming virtual and augmented reality sector have joined forces in the newly-formed New Zealand VR/AR Association. Foundation members include Wellington-based virtual and augmented technology company 8i, Massey and Victoria Universities, along with a number of emerging New Zealand companies, such as Auckland-based Imersia and recently opened Christchurch Read More

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