Two early stage design concepts for our Marijuana Expo space. We will be considering a wide range of designs before we start building. Scroll down to see more images
The Marijuana Expo
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from the interactive realtime 3D working demos.
Details about the Education content and other elements & strategies are in the works.
We want to make it clear that these spaces below are not physical locations. They are spaces that you will be able to explore on your computer and other devices, including in Virtual and Augmented Reality.
You will be able to move around and interact with objects, and view educational information as text, audio and video.
Alternatively, you will be able to be more passive, and watch animated walk thrus and flythrus of the spaces, in a more movie-like experience.
360 : Platform Development Roadmap Overview Alpha 1.28
Alongside of what we currently do on our website and on social media, we are building 360, an additional platform for people to learn more about Medical Marijuana and it's many facets. As well, Additional aspects of 360 will allow our viewers to enter immersive experiences that emphasize relaxation, stimulation and exploration.
1. Video & Live Virtual Events a. Video b. Live Events: Video Streaming, Q/A, online chat and more. The Live Events will be recorded for future playback.
2. Interactive 3D
Part of this platform includes immersive and engaging realtime 3D interactive experiences. They will be available for laptops, iPads/Tablets, Apple TV and smart phones. * We have Alpha stage working demos that are very engaging.
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality
Some of these 3D experiences and videos will be ported to VR/Virtual Reality and AR/Augmented Reality.
VR: Oculus, Vive, Google Cardboard + and more AR: Microsoft Hololens and more
OurEducation Supporters get to see important milestones related to this platform before others do. They are also given priority for potential partnerships.
- More info will be posted here soon
Sketch of Main Hall of Expo
Early stage sketch of booth spaces that Expo exhibitors can rent