New York, NY, April 03, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The VR/AR Association is pleased to partner with TriBeCa Film Festival on a special VR film event on April 19.
“Not only is Richard Branson there with a special film screening and the top woman scientist Regina Dugan former DARPA secret projects and now Google Advanced Projects, but also it’s the largest virtual reality activation event with everyone in the audience experiencing a whole talk in live VR with the top VR creators on stage. This is no regular tech event. This event is about showing you the world of the future today, with CEOs and top innovators. Some of the smartest people doing some of the most amazing things,” says Yao Huang, Managing Partner, the Hatchery.
The mutual partnership has a mission in fostering collaboration in the virtual reality and augmented reality communities. They are both very excited to see the VR community grow.
VRARA members get a special batch of discounted tickets. Use code VR75 for 50% off.
“This VR film event will blow your mind,” says Kris Kolodziej, President of the VR/AR Association NYC Chapter.
For more information please visit www.thevrara.com or https://tribecafilm.com/festival/imagination
About the VR/AR Association
The VR/AR Association (The VRARA) is an international organization designed to foster collaboration between innovative companies and people in the virtual reality and augmented reality ecosystem that accelerates growth, fosters research and education, helps develop industry standards, connects member organizations and promotes the services of member companies.
About Tribeca Film Festival
The Festival’s mission is to help filmmakers reach the broadest possible audience, enable the international film community and general public to experience the power of cinema and promote New York City as a major filmmaking center. Tribeca Film Festival is well known for being a diverse international film festival that supports emerging and established directors. The Festival has screened over 1400 films from over 80 countries since its first festival in 2002. Since its founding, it has attracted an international audience of more than 4 million attendees and has generated an estimated $750 million in economic activity for New York City.