Daniel Dyboski-Bryant
Founder, Director Educators in VR

Daniel Dyboski-Bryant specializes in making XR positive and meaningful to communities, educators, learners and families around the globe. He's a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion and his mission lies in harnessing people, communities, technologies and resources to inspire collaboration, common purpose and creative solutions to global and local challenges.

As Assistant Executive Director at Virtual World Society he leads the mission for a global XR for Good community and ecosystem and heads the HomeSpark project which supports families around the world to embrace XR and the metaverse in positive and rewarding ways. HomeSpark connects families wherever they are and empowers them to meet, learn, create together as well as gain skills for a to gain from and contribute to our changing future.

As Founder Director of Educators in VR he empowers a global community of educators, trainers and learners who meet, share and collaborate in and with VR by developing and providing XR training, virtual events, resources and global immersive conferences. He's working hard to democratize the next paradigm of learning and education.


Jun 2

01:00 PM - 01:55 PM


"MetaTr@versal: A Day in the Life" | A Play About Humanity in the Metaverse!

Terry Schussler | Deutsche Telekom AG

Christi Fenison | Cause + Christi: Immersive XR Design

Karen Alexander | MetaVRse

Alan Smithson | MetaVRse

Rolando Masís | xrmasiso

Austin "Cause" Caine | Cause + Christi: Immersive XR Design

Sophia Moshasha | VR/AR Association

Jacki Morie | All These Worlds, LLC

Daniel Dyboski-Bryant | Educators in VR

Ali Daniali | HRVSTS

Julie Smithson | MetaVRse

Christopher Lafayette | GatherVerse

Neil Trevett | Khronos Group

Dulce Baerga | Perception Grid

Damon Hernandez | SIMLAB Inc

Evo Heyning | Playable Agency

Ben Erwin | The Polys - WebXR Awards

Jun 2

03:00 PM - 03:25 PM


The Structure of Educational Revolution: How Virtual Reality Can Encourage Paradigmatic Change

Angelina Dayton | Virtual World Society

Daniel Dyboski-Bryant | Educators in VR