Next year will look like the year for virtual reality and augmented reality headsets. The main head mounted displays will be released over the course of the next year and content will be available during process immediately upon its debut. For both events virtual reality and augmented reality Technologies will be exciting news for technology fans. Now for the first time ever, in March 2016 there there will be an augmented reality and virtual reality show at a two day conference which is held in London, United Kingdom and will feature over 40 speakers in the field a virtual reality and augmented reality. Speakers currently confirmed for the conference are: Anthony Mullen, Profusion – Practice lead and R&D, Ashutosh Tomar, Jaguar Landrover Research – Principal Engineer, Erik Jacobson, Accenture’s Emerging Technology Group, Dr Simon Taylor, Zappar – Research Director and Co-Founder, Dr Shafi Ahmed, Virtual Medics – Consultant Surgeon Barts Health Director and Head of Programme, Radislav Potyrailo, GE Global Research – Principal Scientist, Ruud de Jonge, Microsoft – IT Director, Saverio Romeo, Beecham Research – Principal Analyst, Simon Jones, ON PR – Managing Director, Steve Dann, Amplified Robot – CEO and Arman Atoyan, X-TECH – Founder and CEO. The number of remarkable speakers included at this event highlights the importance of virtual reality and augmented reality. Speakers will surely explain their views on citing that opinions in the relative importance of this technology used in the speakers field of expertise. Clearly it will not all be about games. This event will more likely provide information on simulations that can be or is currently being used in the field of the speaker which is improving the understanding and training of new employees and how this benefits firms from excelling into new dimensions. Moreover, it will benefit manufacturers, Researchers, and medical professionals where 3-D simulation can be backed up by a proving mathematical model which unlike today must be proven into the before it can be experimented in the real world. Similarly, this example has been used for decades such as flight simulations. However what makes this different is that the technology is becoming cheaper to manufacture and as this becomes the norm, more professionals able to conduct their own experiments in order to prove a mathematical fact that cannot be scientifically proven without a real life simulated World event. The conference will be co-located with The Wearable Technology Show held at Excel London, on 15th – 16th March 2016, with early bird exhibition passes available until 1st January 2016. The exhibition pass doesn’t allow access to the main conference.