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Mozilla is putting on a tech conference where developers and other web creators can discuss the future of the Web, listen to amazing talks by a diverse and brilliant lineup of speakers, and then party in the evenings.
W3C's Dominique Hazaël-Massieux will speak about "Web, Meet Virtual Reality". A combination of improvements in hardware and software capabilities has resulted in a lot of excitement around virtual reality experiences. In this session, we will explore how many of these improved capabilities are supported in modern browsers, and why the Web provides a promising pre-existing ecosystem for creating, distributing and experiencing virtual reality content, applications, and services.
A two-day, single track event with an audience of 400 mostly front-end web developers, the goal is to provide an in-depth, practical look at current and on-the-horizon technologies, with plenty of opportunities for conversation. Main stage talks will be 25 minutes, with opportunities to interact with speakers and deep-dive into content during the afternoon Discussion Sessions and Demo Corners.
Industry of Things World is a two-day conference of learning and networking with the elite of the Industrial Internet scene.
Dave Raggett, W3C lead for the Web of Things, will introduce the work being done at W3C in a Workshop on "Building the Web of Things – Standards for semantic interoperability and end to end security". Later that day, Dave will be part of a keynote panel discussion on "Standards & models for IIoT application integration".
W3C Members can take advantage of a 20% discount on the registration fee.