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Nov 12-15, 2020 Online

Four Days of Tabletop Hobby Gaming Online

Virtual Vendor Hall

Come Explore Our Virtual Convention Experience!

Midwest GameFest presents a 3D Virtual Reality (VR) experience with our Mozilla Hubs rooms. You don't need anything more than the cell phone, tablet, or the web browser you're using right now. There's nothing to download or hook up, but a mic and headset would be great. VR headsets are supported but not required.

Talk to exhibitors in the Exhibitor Hall. Goof off in the Fun Room. Watch movies in the Theater. Visit and bid in the Art Show hosted by Dorky Dino Gift Shop. And so much more.

» JUMP TO VIRTUAL EXHIBITOR HALL


What's in Store for You

Exhibitor Booths

Exhibitor Booths

Interact with exhibitors in fun new ways. Have two-way 'in-person' conversations and watch screen shares, demos, or product info.

Meet and Talk to Friends

Meet and Talk to Friends

Just like the in-person convention space, the virtual space is a great place to meet friends for chatting!

Gateway to Other Fun Areas

Lots of Rooms

There's lot to explore: Movie Theaters, our Art Show, Fai Chen's Fantastical Faire, and a special Fun Room just for goofing around with the VR tools.

Good Off

Goof Off

In the Fun Room you can post links, share screens, draw, fly, and use the Magic Wand to drop in objects and scenes. Go nuts!


How to Get In

Lobby

Step 1: Lobby

Click the link. Once in the lobby, click the Enter Room button, or Enter on Standalne VR if you have a VR headset.

Device Selection

Step 2: Device Selection

Next, click the Enter on Screen button, or Connected VR Headset if you have a VR headset.

Test Audio

Step 3: Test Audio

Choose your mic and test that you can hear and be heard. Then click Enter Room.

You're There

Step 4: You're There!

That's it! Use the WASD keys on your keyboard to move, or on mobile click and hold to move. Most problems can be resolved by checking your mic or restarting the browser.


VR Headsets

Don't have a VR headset? No worries, it works fine without one. But if you do, great! Support headsets include: Oculus Quest, PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality, Google Cardboard, etc.

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