Its time again to hit the conference scene. This time heading for London and the SCI venue in Belgrave Square.
Apply Serious Games is in its 4th year, and the metarati are gathering once more.
This time I get to host a session (but I will of course chip in to, just try and stop me).
The session is:
Which Platform is Right for Supporting Industry Needs to 2012? What Are the Technology Trends Over the Next 3 Years, Shaping the de facto 3D Web?
The line up has been in a state of flux, but thats all fine as we are talking the future, keep an eye on the schedule 🙂
We will do a few intro’s and explain we sit and then take any questions or conversation wherever it needs to go.
Is three years enough to get the right platforms in place? After all we have had 20 years at least, what has changed, what can we expect?
Do you consider mirror worlds as a valid reason to implement virtual worlds, or should it be considered as a different platform altogether to avoid confusion?
Will industry verticals drive adoption and value or cross vertical approaches?
Can providers of platforms compete with open source movements and tightening of IT budgets?
Leading to this vision
As we are talking 2012 what do you think the London 2012 olympics should look like (as an example of what we may have in 2012 in the way of technology)
So if there is anything you want chipped in, twitter me or post here.
See you Thursday.