The Summer of Virtual Vibe is still on! In #SENSORIUMLIVE, Sensorium Corporation CCO Brian Kean and the CEO of the Global Blockchain Business Council, Sandra Ro, will be talking about the role of blockchain technology in the creation of more fairer and functional society in a virtually-created alternate universe.

Sasha Tityanko, Art Director of Sensorium and FENIX (DJ, Producer) will be at #SensoriumLive to talk about what we can see in virtual music worlds. They will also share with us their feelings about what viewers are looking for in virtual immersion in order to maximize user comfort and make it as unforgettable as possible.

At the crossroads of social networking and virtual reality, innovation leads us to the evolution of social networking: social virtual reality. Sensorium considers one of the main components for a rich experience in virtual reality to be the quality of the avatar. A well-designed and attractive avatar can also psychologically help us attain a fuller sense of presence — the feeling of being in and of the virtual world?

At the crossroads of social networking and virtual reality, innovation leads us to the evolution of social networking: social virtual reality. And yet, few really understand not just the potential of this technology but the need for it today. What is the potential for this technology to alter the way we live, communicate, work, love and play? Few have practical answers but rather point to the fantasies of holiday and science fiction, the Sensorium Corporation team, starting with Alex Blagirev, wants to tell this story.

What will VR become in the near future? How vast is its influence today and what boundaries are to be pushed by VR tomorrow? Such an exciting subject to discuss was presented by Alex Blagirev.

GBBC Member Sensorium's Alex Blagirev, Deputy CEO on IR, Blockchain and Technology, presents on the upcoming launch of the Sensorium Multiverse, the future of virtual reality, and the role of blockchain technology in this burgeoning industry.

The media landscape is shifting faster than ever - the past few years have seen the dramatic rise of streaming, while online news has become the primary place young people get their information. This shift has caused a range of new problems, making it more difficult for artists to get paid for their work, increasing the prevalence of false or misleading news, and threatening the ability of rigorous, established journalists to operate effectively. These problems are not going away - they are only growing in complex as emerging technologies become more sophisticated and available. But these technologies also usher in tremendous opportunity to transform media for the better - blockchain, AR, VR, and IoT all have the potential to improve the media landscape, empower individuals, democratizing information and creating more equitable payment models for artists. Join us to learn how innovative groups are using these new technologies to change media for the better.

We live in an increasingly digital world: the proliferation of smartphones and the increase in internet access has connected our globe and changed how we interact. This change has heralded innumerable benefits, but it has also created new challenges and raised complex questions. The rise of digitization has also seen the rise of extremism and polarization - the gap between the haves and have-nots has widened, and the current path forward does not necessarily address these fundamental truths. We are just beginning to understand how we are impacted by this data-driven, interconnected world. Join us to discuss how we can make sense of our digital age.