VISION SUMMIT 2016Vision VR/AR Summit 2016 Key Time & Essential Event Details Overview

Vision Summit Official Webpage

Full Report:

VR/AR Awards Judges:

VISION VR/AR Awards Finalists:

VISION SUMMIT Showcase Project:



Vision Summit Key Times

Tuesday, February 9

Registration / Badge Pick-Up: 3:00-7:00PM, Mezzanine Foyer

Wednesday, February 10

Registration / Badge Pick-Up: 8:00AM-5:00PM, Mezzanine Foyer

Press-only Exhibit Hours: 8:30-9:45AM

Made with Unity Demo: Los Feliz (3rd level)

VR Showcase: Mezzanine level across from Expo Hall

The Leviathan Project: Solano (Mezzanine level)

Opening Keynote: 10:00AM-12:00PM, Dolby Ballroom (5th level)

Vision Summit Sessions: 2:00-5:30PM, Dolby Ballroom (5th level)

Networking Reception: 6:00-8:00PM, Pool Deck (5th level)

Vision Awards: 8:00-9:00PM, Dolby Ballroom (5th level)

Thursday, February 11

Press-only Exhibit Hours: 8:00-9:00AM

Session Begins: 9:15AM

Event Ends: 5:15PM

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The Full Vision Summit 2016 Schedule

The full schedule will be updated as speakers are announced. Please be sure to check the schedule often.

Vison Summit Map & Important Locations

Registration Desk: Mezzanine foyer

Press Room: Hancock Park (3rd level)

Networking Reception: Pool deck (5th level)


Event Keynote Speakers

In addition to an opening keynote from Unity CEO John Riccitiello, the Summit will feature talks from leading VR/AR hardware makers and industry influencers, as well as a variety of in-depth technical sessions with Unity engineers and developers. Keynote Speaker details:


Visitors Traveling Information

Conference Location:

Loews Hollywood Hotel

1755 Highland Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90028

The quickest way to travel to the Loews Hollywood Hotel is by car, which takes approximately 45 minutes from LAX. Although the hotel does not provide shuttle service, there are several options to travel to the hotel: car rental (~$66/day), taxi (~$70) or a ride-sharing service (Uber or Lyft). If you opt to use a ride-sharing service, you must meet your driver at the upper/departure levels, at curbside signs “ride service”.


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