What you need to know
- Microsoft opened registration for Mixed Reality Dev Days.
- The event will be hosted inside AltspaceVR, a VR app available on many platforms.
- The event was originally set to run from May 16-17 in Redmond, Washington.
Microsoft has opened registration for its Mixed Reality Dev Days. The multi-day event runs from May 21-22 inside AltspaceVR. The event was originally planned to run from May 16-17 in Redmond, Washington, but has been moved to a digital event in virtual reality. You can register the for the event using this form and read more about it on Microsoft's website.
Mixed Reality Dev Days provides an opportunity for developers to learn new skills, attend sessions, and learn from other developers. The event is free, but Microsoft wants people to register so the company can send people more information and have a gauge for how many people are planning to attend. The event starts at 9am Pacific Daylight Time on Thursday, May 21, 2020.
AltspaceVR is a popular platform for hosting meetings within virtual reality. You can access AltspaceVR through the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Oculus Go, Oculus Quest, Samsung GearVR, and Windows Mixed Reality devices. You can also use a PC client to attend in 2-D if you do not have a VR headset or prefer to use your computer. AltspaceVR does not have a Mac client at this time.
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