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Christie’s Gord Harris to Present the Latest in Virtual Reality Simulator Technology at Immersed 2015
Posted on Monday, September 28, 2015
Ontario Science Centre hosting immersive technology conference October 4-6

TORONTO – (September 28, 2015) – Christie® is pleased to announce that Gord Harris, senior program manager, Research and Innovation, will speak at Immersed 2015 in Toronto on Tuesday, October 6 at 3:00 p.m. Taking place at the Ontario Science Centre and featuring virtual and augmented reality, gesture technology, and stereoscopic 3D applications, Immersed 2015 promised to be a rewarding event for entrepreneurs, professionals, and self-employed technology and content creators wishing to interact with leading innovators.

A member of Christie’s Research and Innovation group, Harris will present the latest in virtual reality simulator technology including the concept and design of the SV1 simulator, the Deployable Immersive Simulator and the EGG 3D system.

“We found Immersed 2014 great for learning about other leading developments in Virtual Reality technology and content creation, so I’m thrilled to be a part of the speaker lineup at Immersed 2015,” says Harris. “It’s a great opportunity to talk to the VR community about the technology Christie is creating in this field, including our innovative forms of ‘off-the-head’ immersive displays.”

In addition to the advanced workshops and sessions, attendees can also visit the public exhibition on Sunday, October 4 to experience the latest in virtual and augmented reality.