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AliceX.com CEO Fabian Grey Discusses ‘The Future of Virtual Reality’ on Phoenix Forum Panel

Thursday’s 12 Noon Panel Focuses on VR’s Impact on the Adult Entertainment Industry! 

PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 28, 2016) – AliceX.com CEO Fabian Grey is one of the featured speakers on “The Future of Virtual Reality” panel at the Phoenix Forum this Thursday. The panel, which focuses on the technology’s future in the adult industry, will take place from 12 to 1 p.m. at the Palm E ballroom at Tempe Mission Palms Hotel (60 East Fifth St., Tempe, AZ 85281).

“I’m looking forward to joining my colleagues on the ‘The Future of Virtual Reality’ discussion panel, where we can share our expertise with one another and gain valuable insights,” said Fabian Grey, AliceX.com CEO. “The adult industry continually takes the lead on the integration and direction of new technologies – this is definitely the case with virtual reality, so I’m especially proud to be a part of this forward-looking panel.” 

The discussion topics will include future growth, such as the rising interest in VR headsets, mobile access, and how these segments will accelerate consumer demand for VR. The panel will also discuss how the industry will adopt the emerging technology for content production, site development, and rapid user delivery.

AliceX.com, which began its public beta test earlier this month, is positioned as the leading virtual reality website with live streaming and adult webcam models. Users only need an Android smart phone and VR goggles, which are provided for free by the site, to enter a state-of-the-art virtual reality world.

Media interested in scheduling a private demo of AliceX.com, may e-mail press@alicex.com.

The Phoenix Forum is an educational/networking event for the adult business community. It runs from March 30 to April 2. For more information, please visit www.ThePhoenixForum.com.

About AliceX.com:

The VR (virtual reality) revolution is here, and AliceX is at the forefront, combining tech and sex for a completely immersive experience. AliceX is a state-of-the-art VR adult webcam service, providing adults anywhere an instant and intimate connection with beautiful, live models. Visitors to the site have 24/7 access to live public and premium XXX cam shows with some of the sexiest women in the world. Appearing right before users’ eyes, the cam models are able to tease viewers and pleasure themselves before an array of virtually generated backgrounds and scenes thanks to AliceX’s VR technology. It’s more than virtual reality; it’s virtual ecstasy. For more information, visit www.AliceX.com or www.Twitter.com/AliceX_VR.

About The Phoenix Forum:

The Phoenix Forum is the premier educational/networking event for the Adult Business Community. Unlike larger exhibit-style tradeshows, The Phoenix Forum is a mid-sized gathering, offering attendees a more relaxed face-to-face networking environment and providing unsurpassed opportunities to meet, learn and share ideas with their online business peers. The three-day schedule combines educational tracks and guest speakers along with structured power lunches, networking happy hour sessions, evening receptions and special events which are all designed toward a single focus – to help attendees meet and do business. For more, visit www.ThePhoenixForum.com.

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