EON Reality Targets Canada’s Silicon Valley for new VR and AR Push

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Virtual and augmented reality continues to raise a lot of questions. There are numerous opportunities waiting to be explored, albeit most of them will not necessarily yield the best results EON Reality is setting up a new AR and VR center in Ontario, together with Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology.

Another VR and AR Venture in Canada

It is commendable to see EON Reality explore this radical new option. Setting up an interactive digital center on Mohawk College‘s Fennell campus can kindle a new interest in both technologies. The main purpose of this venture is to further develop the region’s AVR and digital infrastructure and education over the coming years.

EON Reality has positioned itself as the global leader in AR and VR-based knowledge transfer for industry and education As such, they want to effectively further their position on the market and get more individuals excited about these new technologies. This new IDC will build on the growing technology and VR community active in Ontario today.

EON Reality Founder Dan Lejerskar adds:

“Partnering with Mohawk College to open this new Interactive Digital Center is a great way for us to bring Augmented and Virtual Reality technology to Canada. By educating people about the AVR Platform, we can help bring Mohawk College to the forefront of all of the academic institutions in one of the most technologically advanced areas on the planet.”

One aspect of this venture will focus on building the AR and VR skills of Mohawk College. Secondly, the new facility will help expand the industry into AVR as a whole The Toronto-Waterloo technology corridor is often labeled as the Silicon Valley of Canada. Taking advantage of this landscape is of the utmost importance in this regard.

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