If you are involved in 3D reality capture, 3D computing technologies or a 3D creative you want to be at this REAL 2015 event being held in beautiful San Francisco at the historic waterfront Fort Mason on February 25th and the 26th, 2015. There will be many industry expert presenters vendors covering a wide variety of topics. Reality capture like laser scanning is only one aspect. There is also a Synthetic Biology and Maritime track. There will also be a drone cage to fly UAV/UAS devices and I will be bringing my new 4k shooting DJI Inspire 1 with me.
The first ever convergence of the sensing, making and creative industries.
Join us at this unique cross-industry summit for two jam-packed days of cutting edge presentations, thought-provoking discussions, and interactive demonstrations, as we explore the convergence of the physical and digital worlds and the 3D technologies making this possible.
REAL is 500+ leaders and innovators — professionals from across industry, investing, research, and media.
REAL brings together real work spanning disciplines from:
- Architecture to Art,
- Engineering to Entertainment,
- Manufacturing to Media,
- Heritage to Health, and
- Sports to Science…
REAL is executives & engineers, developers & designers, inventors & investors, architects & artists, makers and metrologists, surveyors & scientists, entrepreneurs & educators.
REAL is the convergence of the professional 3D sensing, making & visualization industries.
REAL is both an exclusive executive summit & a world’s fair of cutting-edge 3D demos
REAL is real people, doing real-world work with reality tech.
REAL is Reality Computing.
From drones to autonomous cars, industrial robots to major engineering works, and game consoles to tomorrow’s mobile phones, 3D sensors are suddenly everywhere. And several decades after first grabbing headlines, VR and 3D printing are hot again, attracting billions in investment, and moving beyond early adopters to professionals. But it is the sum total, where sensing meets making, where big change is brewing.
While the ‘Internet of Things’ grabs headlines, a 3D revolution is quietly building.