Uramado, a hunt for the racoon Tanukis in augmented reality by Julie Stephen Chheng, will be offered during the third Franco-Vietnamese Days of Innovation. Photo courtesy of the organiser
Two innovation programmes will be offered during the third Franco-Vietnamese Days of Innovation on November 13-14 in HCM City.
The Sustainable Development Day on November 13 will include discussions among Vietnamese and French scientists on sustainable development and climate change in Việt Nam.
The Digital Image Day on November 14 will offer visitors an opportunity for Vietnamese students to discover the latest digital technologies, particularly augmented reality.
Uramado, a hunt for the raccoon Tanukis in augmented reality by Paris-based designer, illustrator and author Julie Stephen Chheng, will be included.
The programme will be held on November 30 at Lotus University in District 1, featuring speakers from France.
All of the programmes will take place at IDECAF, 28 Lê Thánh Tôn Street in District 1. Entrance fee is free. VNS