PR – L&S participates in Virtuality 2022

Suresnes, February 4th, 2022

Light And Shadows, an agency of experts in immersive and mixed reality solutions (VR/AR/MR/XR) welcomes you at the stand 46 at Virtuality, on March 17 and 18, 2022 in Paris.

What is Virtuality

Virtuality is a trade show dedicated to the development of technologies related to extended reality (XR).  

Faced with the emergence of the metaverse, in the new edition of 2022, Virtuality extended its program to the virtual world and blockchain industries.  

The event will thus aim to allow professionals in these fields to share their feedback and promote technological innovations to come on the market. 

The show will be both virtual via their virtual platform, but also physical at the Carreau du Temps in Paris.


Meet Light And Shadows at stand 46

Taking part in the construction of the next metaverse, it is therefore quite natural that Light And Shadows participates in this great technological event. 

If being present will allow us to deepen our knowledge on the subjects of virtual worlds and blockchain, it will also be the occasion for the public to discover and test our immersive 3D solutions. 

Come to booth 46 to discuss with our experts about your future projects!

About Light And Shadows.

Light And Shadows is a company founded in 2009 by Stéphane Imbert. It proposes to accompany the various actors of the industry in the development of projects in augmented, virtual or mixed reality on various uses such as training, design, conception, logistic simulation, marketing or product promotion.

With successful collaborations with major clients such as ArcelorMittal, Airbus Group, Alstom, Chanel, Dassault Aviation, Haulotte, Renault, Saint-Gobain or Vinci, Light & Shadows has quickly become a leader in its market and in its field.

Press Contact

Jordane RICHTER, Sales and Marketing Director

22 Quai Gallieni, 92150 Suresnes



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