Beyond Boundaries: VR and AR in Alabama Conference

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Join us for the Beyond Boundaries: VR and AR in Alabama Conference on April 5th at UAB Collat School of Business. This one-day event is free and open to everyone, including industry leaders, XR startups, technical experts, students, academic professionals, healthcare practitioners, training specialists, community members, and more! Experience a transformative conference hosted collaboratively by UAB Medicine, UAB Collat School of Business, UAB Libraries, and i3 Corporation that will focus on the impact of virtual reality and augmented reality across various sectors as well as what awaits us in this expanding space.

Immerse yourself in engaging presentations, mastermind discussions, and insightful panels exploring the transformative potential of VR and AR in business, education, medicine, the military, and beyond. Whether you're a seasoned professional or an enthusiast, this event offers abundant opportunities to gain insights, network, and explore cutting-edge technology.

Additionally, leading hardware and software brands will showcase their latest innovations, providing firsthand experiences with groundbreaking technology.

Mix and Mingle networking afterparty will be held onsite from 3:00pm-5:00pm. 

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Don't miss this chance to be part of a groundbreaking event shaping the future of VR and AR in Alabama and beyond.

Register now and prepare to go Beyond Boundaries!

Friday, April 5 at 10:00am to 3:00pm

Collat School of Business
710 13th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35233

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