Over the last three years, we've seen AR mature from being a platform for gimmicky marketing ploys to being on the verge of becoming a high-impact technology that is poised to change the way entire verticals operate. Enterprise-grade applications are poised to remake functions like customer experience, training, and compliance. Before we get there, there's still a bit more work to do on UI/UX, hardware and the underlying "picks and shovels" dev tools. Matt Miesnieks and Niko Bonatsos talk candidly about how technical advances in the next 12 to 18 months will shape both real monetization of emerging AR tech and renewed interest in investment in the space.
Experienced XR Attorney Michael Leventhal takes you through the business and legal process of moving from an idea to a business investors will fund.
"How can I own the AR 'air rights' around my physical property?" This may be the most commonly asked legal question around AR content. It is gaining new momentum and importance today, as location-based AR finally turns a profit, and as the quest for the Open AR Cloud takes shape. Finding the answers requires crossing the boundaries of multiple legal disciplines and practical concerns, and will not always be easy. This session will equip you to understand the legal risks and give you strategies to protect the integrity of both physical space and digital expression.
CEO panel of companies thriving in AR/VR in 2019, either through generating significant revenue (in their core business or adjacent sectors), and/or from cleverly cockroaching it to manage burn rate. Moderated by Isabelle Hierholtz, User Strategy Director, Digi-Capital.
Submissions Close April 1st