Learn, Interact & Have Fun

From informative panels and presentations to interactive demo nights, we do our best to curate fun, insightful events and content for this wonderful community. Whether you genuinely enjoy VR games, have your own XR company or have never tried this technology before, SVR has something you will not want to miss.

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We are fans, friends, testers, technologists, designers and developers that are excited about virtual, augmented and mixed reality. We host events, build projects and enjoy a round of whatever game is next in the queue, but above all else we are enthusiastic about sharing knowledge/experiences grounded in immersive technology with everyone in Seattle and around the world.


VR Demo Night and Mixer: Pluto is moving offices!

Pluto is moving to Fremont!

In honor of all the good times we have had at the Pluto office in Ballard, we’d like to have one last hurrah!

We will have demos, pizza, and lots of fun and wonderful humans who continue to make our community great!



πŸ•ΉοΈ “Thingamajig” – Create, play and share interactive games and toys in VR.

πŸš€ “Mars VR” – Explore the real-life Mars Desert Research Station in Utah, and pretend to be on Mars (it’s pretty close!)

πŸ§— “Adventure Climb VR” – Get back your inner Indiana Jones by searching for Easter Eggs while virtually climbing. Race against time to complete the course, yet beware the effect of gravity. Built by climbers and gamers alike. Suitable for everyone!

πŸ”οΈ “LifserVR” – Spend your life to Save life. This was submitted to to Ludum Dare 48 hour Game Jam. Available for download at

🌌 “Aurora” – Take a moment away from the world to relax under the northern lights


Seattle VR is committed to providing a welcoming and safe environment regardless of gender, gender identity/expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices; especially technology choices.

Find our full code of conduct here:


Questions, suggestions, funny pictures of your cat?

Email us: general@seattle-vr.com

Stay up to date:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/seattlevr
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/seattlevrar/
Slack: http://bit.ly/SeattleVRSlackSubscribe


Getting There:

We are in an industrial area off Shilshole. There is plenty of free parking!

Transit Options:

Bus lines: 40,44



Free Parking in our incredibly large lot. Find a spot labeled Pluto!


Where does the $5 go?

Your $5 admission fee goes towards snacks, water, and future events.

Indie Support Group

Indie Support Group

Curious how to start learning something? Want to chat with someone of another discipline? Need a place to work on a project and share it with others? ISG is a social, game development focused work group that encourages people of all skill levels and disciplines to come together and collaborate for the benefit of all.

How it Works:

β€’ Show up, introduce yourself, let everyone know what you hope to accomplish

β€’ Ask for help with anything, get to know others, share your projects, or enjoy the company of others as you work!

β€’ Share your highs and lows, high fives all around

How to find us:
It can be kind of hard to find us! We are on the 4th floor of the Armory building. Follow the signs to the restrooms, and nearby you’ll find the stairs and the elevator. Take one of those to the fourth floor and look for the Seattle Indies banner.

Accessibility information:
There is paid street parking all around the neighborhood. There are paid parking garages at 516 Harrison St, 650 3rd Ave N, and at the corner of 5th Ave N and Harrison St. The Seattle Center has nearby bus stops serviced by the 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 13, 15, 17, 18, 19, 24, 32, 33, D Line, and the monorail. The venue is listed as wheelchair accessible. The Seattle Center has additional accessibility information available on their website here:

Seattle Indies is an inclusive and welcoming community for everyone. By attending our events, you are agreeing to follow our code of conduct (https://www.seattleindies.org/code-of-conduct/).

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