A monthly meetup for virtual reality enthusiasts to program, demonstrate, and talk about the upcoming wave of VR
Morph 3D: Building Your Body For The Metaverse
Wednesday, April 26th, 2017, 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Floor 3, Copley Place Boston, MA
Morph 3D specializes in Avatar creation, management and distribution for our new worlds of shared digital realities. Learn about the Morph Character System technology that enables users and developers to create dynamic custom digital characters and avatars for use in AR, VR, mobile, console and PC experiences. Get hands-on with 'Ready Room', a character creation platform that allows anybody, regardless of skill level, to easily create fully functional custom avatars and portal straight into leading Social VR platforms. Find out about the Morph 3d ecosystem and how you can contribute to the marketplace using 'Artist Tools'.
Digital Precept is an independent game studio based out of Memphis Tennessee. They have been working on integrating Morph 3D into their HTC Vive title Kung Fu: Shadow Fist. This talk will be focused on integrating morph into KFSF along with basic VR game design concepts.
• 6:00pm - Doors open, demos begin, snacks are served.
• 7:00 - 7:30pm - Morph 3D talk begins
• 7:30 - 8:00pm - Digital Precept talk begins
• 8:15 - 9:45 Demofest!!
• 9:45 - Afterparty To be determined
T-SHIRTS & STICKERS
We will be selling some nifty Boston VR unisex t-shirts! They sell out quickly so bring cash if you are interested. All proceeds go towards future events like this one.
T-Shirts will be available and are $15 each.
BostonVR is a 501c3 certified non-profit and any proceeds will go towards funding more VR events and making Boston into a VR hub!
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Our Meetups are possible because of support from our sponsors, our presenters, and you. Your support makes Boston VR an engaging and accessible public community. We are part of Public VR, a non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.