The W3C Workshop on Web & Virtual Reality was a massive success. In an unprecedented showing, all the major browser vendors and some of the biggest names in technology rallied around a single vision to help reshape how we will work and interact with the web of the future through VR.
The atmosphere throughout the event was positively electric. The ideas presented and the enthusiasm was inspiring.
Sean White, Senior VP of Emerging Technology at Mozilla, presented a keynote on the important long-view of WebVR and how upholding core web values of being open, accessible, and democratic will define the future VR web.
A big thanks!
The organizers acknowledge with deep gratitude the efforts of those who helped with the organization and execution of this workshop.
Special thanks go to the members of the Program Committee for their support and contributions, the workshop host for providing us with top-notch meeting facilities, and to sponsors for their support. Equally, the unsung heroes, our scribes, who helped document the various sessions, as well as to the media crew.
And finally, all the participants who collectively made the workshop such a productive, positive, inspiring and also fun event – you all deserve a big thank you and a pat on the back.
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