XR4Human project General Assembly

We’re thrilled to announce the completion of the General Assembly of the XR4Human Project.

Successful General Assembly: The General Assembly of the XR4Human Project was a resounding success, held on October 30-31 at the prestigious Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI in Berlin.

💡 Unlocking XR Potential: The XR4Human Project has brought together a multinational and transdisciplinary consortium with a common goal – exploring the limitless possibilities of Extended Reality (XR) technologies and providing essential guidance and tools to ensure their equitable, inclusive, and human-centered development.

🔍 Progress and Insights: Over two productive days, we engaged in discussions about our project’s progress, shared groundbreaking insights, and collectively set the stage for our next steps.

🌍 A Commitment to Inclusivity: As we move forward, our unwavering commitment is to continue paving the way for equity and inclusivity in the ever-evolving field of XR technology.

Stay tuned as we bring you more updates on the progress we’re making in the XR4Human Project. The future of XR is bright, and we’re excited to share it with you!

Exciting Update from XR4Human Project!

We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone achieved during our recent public event, signaling the continuous progress of the XR4Human Project.

The XR4Human Project Public Event, which took place on October 31st, was hosted at the impressive facilities of the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI. This gathering united a diverse range of stakeholders, fostering thought-provoking discussions centered on the ethical use and development of Extended Reality (XR) technologies.

Our heartfelt thanks go out to all the attendees and esteemed speakers, including Thomas De Bruyne, Muki Kulhan, Theo Karapiperis, Etienne Aucouturier and Lucas Stephane. Their energetic and expert contributions greatly enriched our conversations, expanding our collective understanding of XR’s potential.

We would also like to thank the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI and our partner, Oliver Schreer from the institute, for graciously hosting this event. Attendees had the privilege of exploring a fascinating exhibition, visiting the Volumetric Capture Studio, and immersing themselves in an extraordinary XR experience.

To gain a deeper insight into the XR4Human Project and its mission, we invite you to explore our website. Keep up to date with our project by following our dedicated page for more opportunities to actively engage in the ongoing dialogues shaping the future of XR.

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