Places _ 2018
Places _ Virtual Reality Festival: A real success
From 19 to 22 April, Germany’s first festival for virtual reality took place in Gelsenkirchen, in the Kreativ.Quartier Ückendorf. Over 2000 visitors, enthusiastic programme partners and numerous media reports with over 8.9 million viewers, readers and listeners confirm this impressively.
7.9 million media contacts
about 50 program partners
Reports to over 60 TV, radio and press media
more than 2000 visitors
31 developers, designers and creative minds from all over Germany have prototypically developed new VR/AR apps in 24 hours. Complex topics such as energy system transformation, modern mobility, sustainability and neighbourhood development were successfully presented as an immersive experience, simpler, more efficient and more interesting. Six highly interesting prototypes have been created, three of which have been awarded prizes.
Sabrina Chmielewski, Tim Dierks, Franziska Rücker, Luis Lüttgens, Benjamin Wagner, Dominik Lindau, Benedikt Rauch, Mathias Bauer, Peter Von der Bey, MülheimStanoeva, Stefan Westphal, Dennis Lemon, Martn Demmer, Farina Hamann, Martin Fischer, Tim Rouven Hamp, Johannes Ronski, Tobias Pott, Katja Kohlstedt, Becker Schmitz, Daniel Brück, Kevin Kopainski, David Rakowski, Peter Krattenmacher, Lukas Schembecker, Ole-Kristian Heyer, Frederic Lotz, Lars Stecker, Lena Volbach, Robin Palkovits, Alexander Eberhardt
The Places VR _ Hackathon was supported in 2018 by the innogy Stiftung für Energie und Gesellschaft gGmbH