Australia's premier XR Awards for the AI, virtual, augmented & mixed reality industry.
Real World VR has been hosting high-quality XR-VR/AR events & VR festivals since 2016, partnering with Transitions Film Festival VR & Melbourne International Film Festival VR.
The Real World XR Awards acknowledges the talent and celebrates outstanding achievements in X Reality- virtual, augmented and mixed reality in the arts.
The XR Awards brings together a night of highlights & celebrates excellence of the most influential names in immersive technology. There is one winner and three finalists per award category.
International VR Film of the Year
Australian VR Film of The Year
Best Augmented Reality Experience
Best use of Sound & Music in XR
VR/AR Game of the Year
Creative XR Campaign of the Year
XR Social & Environmental Impact Award
XR Artist Award
Location-based VR experience
Entry Deadline- 15th October 2020.
Winners & Finalists- Notified of selection on 29th October 2020.
Awards Night- 12th November 2020
Each award category will be judged by a panel of two to three expert judges.
The 2020 Real World XR awards will be delivered online, you can join from anywhere.
The 2021 awards will be held at a venue live from the red carpet.
The winner of each category will receive a trophy, certificate, mention on the website, publicity & Podcast interview. Winners & finalists will ideally be available on the Awards Ceremony on the 12th of November & via Livestream in 2020.
How are the winners selected?
We generate a shortlist for our highly experienced judging panel that consists of some of the most experienced experts in the X Reality industry.
What date range does my work need to have been made/produced?:
To qualify for the first awards, your work must have been broadcast/published/screened within the last 36 months from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2020.
Can I be invited to apply?
Yes, your submission will be treated the same as all entrants.
Who will judge the awards?
The judging panel is published online and consists of experts in XR from Australia and internationally. Judges are not permitted to apply for award categories they judge.
Is there a fee to enter?
There is a $15 entry fee per category or $10 for Gold FF members or students (Student ID card required). You may enter as many categories as you like. Nomination fees are non refundable. Entry fees go towards administering the awards.
Are the awards publicised?
Supported by The City of Melbourne