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We’ve got another great event on the horizon in partnership with STEAMhouse_UK.
VR BIRMINGHAM | DISCOVERING NEW EXPERIENCES takes place 25 November 6.00pm – 7.30pm and is a great opportunity for novice and experts alike to learn about the creative opportunities AR/VR technologies can bring.
An expert in 3D technolog your creative powerhouse Taran Singh will be a guest speaker at the event alongside artist Anna Nierobisz who is currently developing Sensosis an immersive VR experience inspired by the work of science fiction author Stanislaw Lem.
Taran has more than 15 years’ experience researching & developing cutting edge immersive applications for a range of sectors. He heads up Taran3D’s innovative, passionate team, helping clients to bridge the gap between creativity and technical know-how to bring projects to life and engage their audiences.
A keen advocate of supporting people into the industry, Taran is thrilled to be involved with this event and help champion VR within our city and region.
Visit STEAMhouse to book your place at this free to attend event.
We’re thrilled to be part of the 2020 Indian Summer Festival. This online celebration of South Asian arts & culture explores Indian culture, traditions & people through an exciting series of events including workshops, exhibitions, film and food and much more.
Join Taran3D and The Sikh Museum Initiative on Monday 17th August 6pm-7pm as we take you on a virtual journey to unlock the past and explore Sikh relics and artefacts, all digitally reimagined through our immersive technologies.
From the comfort of your own home, let Taran Singh and Gurinder Mann accompany you to delve into these cultural artefacts and learn how they travelled from the Punjab to public and private collections in the UK.
We were kindly invited to present at the #CanDoDigital youth training recruitment event at iCentrum, Innovation Birmingham by TinSmart Social, discussing our business journey into immersive VR and AR and our work for engineering and heritage applications. “Can do digital” is an awesome programme providing free digital skills training for young people aged 15-24 in Birmingham.
A terrific opportunity being invited to the Royal Armouries event, ‘Monarchs – Ranjit Singh’.
Showcasing a range of digital technologies through 3D Touch Screens and Virtual Reality allowing people to view ancient historical Sikh artefacts related to the Punjab Kingdom.[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”21″ display=”basic_thumbnail” thumbnail_crop=”0″]