The IVRPA International Virtual Reality Professionals Association is hosting its 14th annual conference from 10th – 13th June 2019, in Northern Ireland’s capital city, Belfast.
The 14th annual conference will feature four days of talks, workshops, panels, exhibitors and other events where you will learn from and meet the leaders of the VR industry.
Bring your pano rig and discover Belfast this summer. The city is vibrant with music and street theater. Discover unique shopping treasures, or indulge in award-winning markets and restaurants. Enjoy great nights out at some amazing rooftop bars and cozy pubs and catch up with friends and colleagues who happen to be the most talented people in the 360 photography space.
Belfast 2019 IVRPA Conference covers 360 Virtual Reality Panoramic Photography & 360 Video.
Roy Horton who is the director of Drone Photography Services specialists in Drone Photography in the UK, and Drone Services is a guest speaker at the IVRPA Conference in Belfast on Monday Afternoon talking about Aerial Drone Photography uses in the Landscape.
The IVRPA International Virtual Reality Professionals Association is an international association of professionals who create and produce 360° interactive, immersive images and video, also called 360° panoramas. Our members include professional photographers, videographers, programmers, web developers, designers, software developers, hardware manufactors, artists and enthusiasts, who produce immersive experiences.
The IVRPA mission is to promote the success of Professional VR Photographers and Videographers. We strive to develop and support the professional and artistic uses of 360° panoramas, aerial 360 panoramas. image based VR and related technologies worldwide through education, networking opportunities, manufacturer alliances, marketing assistance, and technical support of our member’s work.
The IVRPA was founded originally as the IQTVRA, the International QuickTime VR Association. The association was incorporated in the state of California on December 7th, 1998. In December 2004, the association changed their name to IVRPA to reflect our broadening technological field of immersive interactive imaging and was incorporated in the state of Massachusetts, USA. On June 1 2018 the association became the International Virtual Reality Professionals Association to make clear its support for 360 video as well as still media, and its position as an industry-leading organisation.