Introducing The Nominees For The 2019 VR Awards

VR hardware is front and center at this year’s festivities following the release of Oculus Quest and HP Reverb.

AIXR has announced the 2019 nominees for their third annual international VR Awards, an event dedicated to celebrating outstanding achievements in the VR industry.

The award ceremony recognizes multiple achievements in VR, such as hardware advancements, gaming, film, social experience, and marketing to name a few. This year’s red carpet, black-tie event will take place on November 11th in Central London’s prestigious 8 Northumberland Avenue, where 300+ international delegates from the most influential backgrounds of the VR industry will be in attendance celebrating the latest in VR innovation.

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Choosing a winner for each category will be the responsibility of over 80 expert judges who will deliberate over each finalists looking that one thing that makes them stand out from the others.

Steve Bambury, one of the judges for the VRAwards, and a VR consultant who many consider a leader in the VR education industry, told VRScout that he will be looking for something engaging and immersive but also something that has clear potential for integration in actual classrooms; something that can redefine the way students learn about particular areas of subject.

In an official press release, Daniel Colaianni, Chief Executive, AIXR said, “The VR Awards is a platform of growth for the innovators, pioneers and creatives of tomorrow, the finalists announced today deserve to be where they are, and deserve to be celebrated for their outstanding work,” Colaianni adding, “The VR Awards strives to recognize all areas of this flourishing industry as it continues to grow.”  

The VR Awards takes place at 6pm on Monday 11th November, Central London. Tickets for this year’s ceremony can be bought here:

VR Hardware of the Year:

VR Game of the Year:

VR Experience of the Year:

VR Film of the Year:

VR Marketing of the Year:

Rising VR Company of the Year:

Innovative VR Company of the Year:

VR Education & Training of the Year:

VR Healthcare of the Year:

Out of Home VR Entertainment of the Year:

VR Social Impact Award:

VR Enterprise Solution of the Year:

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