STYLY and Kaleidoscope VR (Hong Kong Community) (aka Global VR / AR Creator Series – Hong Kong Community)  provided workshops on fashion and VR creation platforms in 2017 late October.  The STYLY team shared their knowledge that how an artist can expand the imagination in Virtual World.

STYLY is an easy to use service to build virtual reality graphics for your business or entertainment purposes. STYLY is a new and innovative VR distribution platform for the global market. Once you start using STYLY, you will get to know how easy it is to work on the browser based service to create VR spaces without coding within minutes by a single click. The interface is so easy that you just have to drag and drop things. It supports multiple VR devices like Oculus Rift, HTC VIVE, DayDream and Samsung Gear VR .


Kaleidoscope VR is a network for VR Creators, it has a worldwide network of VR creators around the world. It was set up in 2015 in the United States and immediately it drew lots of media attention. In 2017 Mar, its Hong Kong Community has established, it has organized well-received VR events like showcase and forums.  It successfully involved VR creators in Asia, including those from Taiwan, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.  In 2017 Q4, the Kaleidoscope VR  (Hong Kong Community) is rebranded as the “Global VR/AR Creator Series” following the global communities’ rebranding exercise.

Here is the list of innovation labs and tertiary institutes where the events took place in Hong Kong:

(1) Salon Media Lab

(2) Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI)

(3) HKU SPACE   


The event took place at the Hong Kong at 31st October, 2017


Oculus Talk-Building Global Communication

Nausharwan Mir had a talk at the Oculus connect 04 event answering various questions regarding VR and it’s benefits. VR developers from around the globe gathered to share their experiences working within a community of developers to not only create immersive content, but inspire others to join in and support the world of VR.

The objective of the session was to demonstrate the growth and interest in VR around the world and explore how developers and companies can play a larger role in connecting regional developers with some of the bigger names in VR.

"Nausharwan Mir (CAO Psychic VR Lab) introduced STYLY, a new and innovative VR distribution platform for the global market. And explained how easy it is to work on the browser based Service to create VR spaces without coding within minutes with a single click."

There was a Q&A session in the event following many different questions, some of them were:

1.   What’s your experience of VR developers in your country, and what are the challenges they (and you) are facing directly?

2.  Does the spread of VR technology allow us to build a more inclusive medium for new content?

3.  Where are boundaries actively pushed? Are there any barriers and how can we work to overcome them?

4.  How have you seen VR reach intended audiences? What works? What do we need more  to grow the VR audience?

5.  Are we asking the wrong questions about global VR? Should we begin by finding the needs of a various community and building VR around that need? Or should we begin by commercial applications that generate revenue and lead to further resources?


The event took place at the McEnery Convention Centre at Executive Ballroom 210G/H from 02:00 PM - 02:50 PM