London Innovation Centre And Co-Working Space Partnership To Provide White City XR Workspace

London Innovation Centre And Co-Working Space Partnership To Provide White City XR Workspace

Realities Centre, a London-based innovation space for immersive realities technology, has announced a partnership with Huckletree, a co-working space for tech businesses, entrepreneurs and corporate innovation teams, to provide services relevant to the development of VR and AR at the new digital lifestyle workspace, Huckletree West. The partnership, commencing 7th September 2017, will be located in the emerging tech hub of White City.

To celebrate the opening of the Huckletree West, Realities Centre will invite those working in media and creative industries to attend or showcase at an evening of workshops and networking, featuring the debut of the new VR studio. This evening event will allow those attending to experience an exciting range of content and cutting edge innovation within the VR ecosystem and provide an opportunity to find out more about the upcoming programme of activities powered by the Realities Centre and Huckletree.

The opening event will take place 18:30 – 21:00, 7th September, at Huckletree West, 191 Wood Ln, White City, London W12 7FP. More information is available here.

Thomas Gere, CEO of Realities Centre said, "We are very excited to work with Huckletree West to focus on supporting individuals and companies who innovate using Augmented and Virtual Reality in the creative and media industry. The UK is a world class creative centre and we are fully committed to help talented people engage and harness immersive technologies."

Gabriela Hersham, co-founder of Huckletree, said, "We're delighted to be partnering with Realities Centre to showcase the latest innovations in VR and AR at Huckletree West. Realities Centre's expertise will be essential in helping our members grow their businesses and expand their knowledge."

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