Virtual reality is grabbing headlines left and right. But everyone has the same question: is there actually an opportunity here? With billions spent on virtual reality investments in the past two years alone, the tech industry seems to think so. It's time to get real about virtual reality's business prospects. Which stakeholders are best-positioned for success, which early plays make the most sense and when is the right time to jump in? How have early investments unlocked potential new revenue streams for video delivery providers and content owners, while providing new tools for immersive storytelling that supports deep engagement with stories and characters?
Whether virtual reality can be the next major content delivery opportunity
Role of service providers and content owners in the virtual reality market
Most viable business models to capture users now
How the ecosystem is evolving as new entrants pour in
Facundo Diaz, CEO, VRTIFY
Edward Tang, Founder & CSO, Avegant
Jefferson Wang, Senior Partner, IBB Consulting
Facundo is a tech Entrepreneur, advisor and investor in digital Startups. He has born in Argentina and today is based in Silicon Valley (Palo Alto, CA). During the past 3 years he had focused on Virtual Reality technology development. He is part of the key Virtual Reality (VR) community, one of the main VR “evangelist” in Latin America and the CEO and Co-Founder of VRTIFY, the World’s first Virtual Reality Music Distribu.on Platform.
Edward Tang is the CSO of Avegant. At Avegant, he has been commercializing the next generation of head-mounted devices including a revolutionary virtual retinal display.
Jefferson leads IBB Consulting Group’s wireless and mobility efforts, driving growth for wireless carriers, device manufacturers, content providers and other key industry stakeholders. For more than 15 years, Jefferson has helped clients innovate and execute across the entire new product and service development lifecycle, from idea generation through launch.