Creator of popular virtual reality (VR) FPS title Robo Recall, Epic Games, has announced that it will be attending the 2017 VRLA Conference and Expo in April.
The minds behind Robo Recall will be speaking on a panel dedicated to the development of Robo Recall for the Oculus Rift and Touch, covering its evolution from the Bullet Train demo into the complete videogame powered by Unreal Engine 4. Speaking on the panel will be:
Evan Champlin, Senior VR Designer
Jeff Farris, Technical Lead
Pete Hayes, Senior Artist
Chance Ivey, Senior Community Manager and Robo Recall Modding Lead
Tommy Jacob, VR Producer
Seth Weedin, Audio and Gameplay Programmer
Epic will also be offering attendees the opportunity to experience the latest build of Robo Recall, complete with mod options and leaderboard. The team in the booth will also have Unreal Engine tools available for demonstrations of technical details.
On the Saturday of the show, Epic will be running a workshop titled ‘Making High-Quality Interactive VR with Unreal Engine’. Luis Cataldi, Director of Education and Learning Resources, will help visitors understand locomotion building and interaction mechanics using Blueprints.
VRLA Expo will take place on 14th-15th April 2017, at the Los Angeles Convention centre.Registrations are still open for the VRLA, with the business-focused 2-Day Pro Pass at $299 USD and a 1-Day Pass for Saturday priced at $40.
Epic Games will be joining other big VR industry names at the event, with Unity Technologies CEO John Riccitiello delivering the Friday keynote address, and Rick & Morty Creator Justin Roiland addressing the crowd on Saturday.