• Think Big Partners

    1712 Main St, Kansas City, MO (map)

  • We're on the second floor of Think Big Partners. If the door is locked, text or call Steve at 248-563-2193
  • Hello friends! We'll be returning to Think Big Partners for our next KCVR Meetup will be Wednesday, May 18th. This is an open event geared toward enthusiasts, developers, hobbyists, and anyone who just wants to learn about virtual reality.
    Think Big Partners is a business incubator and startup accelerator that provides an environment where new business owners can focus exclusively on getting their businesses off the ground with the resources necessary to achieve their goals. We're very fortunate to be able to have our event here and we're confident that you'll enjoy being here as well. More info about Think Big Partners is at
    We'll talk about VR related news, what hardware and software is on the horizon, upcoming events, and local opportunities. We'll also have demos available for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Leap Motion, and Gear VR. Since virtual reality isn't exclusively a gaming technology, we will accommodate non-gamers by having demos available for industry applications.
    Feel free to bring any work that you may have created! We love to check out new experiences and see what else is out there.
    Contact Steve or Drew if you have any questions. Follow us on Facebook for VR related news and updates.
    See you then!
    Steve & Drew
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