TokBox is happy to announce our first meetup of 2015. This month we will be hearing from Josh Carpenter, Virtual Reality Researcher at Mozilla, who will be talking about bringing the open web to Virtual Reality.
The Mozilla VR team believes that the attributes that define the web—interoperability, accessibility, low friction publishing, freedom of navigation, etc—are sorely needed in the emerging modern VR platform, and that the creative potential of the combination of web + VR is unprecedented. In this talk, Josh will focus on a how we might build a new generation of real time collaboration experiences, powered by technologies like WebRTC and WebVR.
Josh works full time on the UX of web VR. His background is in motion graphics, visual design and architectural visualization, and he was previously UX Lead of Firefox OS.
We’ll be opening the doors of our San Francisco office on March 11th at 6:30, and will kickoff the talk at 7pm. We’d love to see you there. And if you needed another reason to come – there will be pizza and beer.
You can find out more about the meetup and register to attend here.
This will be the first of a number of different meetups that we host this year so stay tuned for more announcements. If you have any questions, or if there is something or someone you want to hear from at one of our events, leave us a comment below.
Looking forward to seeing you on March 12th.
6:30pm for a 7pm start.
501 2nd Street