We were promised flying cars, and we got them — they’re just virtual. But we still want people to pilot them in between hearing the top tech CEOs speak at TechCrunch Disrupt SF in September.
That’s why we’re calling on all virtual reality/augmented reality/distorted reality startups to come be a part of the first TechCrunch Disrupt VR Pavilion. We’ve got spots for 40 VR/AR startups to demo their technologies for the 4000 investors and fellow makers, and 300 reporters who attend Disrupt. Located in the middle of the main event hall, you’ll be right in the center of the action in Startup Alley.
Developers that get a booth in the pavilion will join those from the Rothenberg Ventures River VR accelerator. The Rothenberg Ventures team will be on the lookout for great startups in the pavilion, as well as at the Disrupt VR after-party they’ll be throwing. Great investors, talent and press will be on hand, which should make it an exciting experience.
We at TechCrunch are excited to talk about this because we know how fun VR/AR demos can be. We want to make Disrupt a place where people don’t just hear about the future, but experience it first-hand.
Click here to to score a spot in the TechCrunch Disrupt SF VR Pavilion (the last ticket type). Space is currently available for individual days September 21-23. To get a spot for all three days, email sponsors@TechCrunch.com