FUTURETECHLIVE! returns for a fifth year as Comic-Con’s official entertainment-meets-tech pavilion, this time as a virtual “World Builders” activation in the first-ever Comic-Con@Home. As a result of COVID-19, Comic-Con is all virtual this year, the first time in over 50 years in which the legendary pop culture mega-event is not being held on location in San Diego. It runs online the same dates it was supposed to be live, July 22-26. FutureTechLive!Comic-ConHome features immersive content by a global community of creators, powered by Unity. In this unique experience, attendees can explore new worlds in mixed reality, unleash their imagination, and create some magic. FutureTechLive! is the annual hub at Comic-Con for immersive experiences and technology, showcasing the latest in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, Gaming, and other leading-edge experiences. This virtual version is no different, with the activation itself being a virtual world in which attendees walk around and interact as they wish. You can build spacecraft from your laptop, partake in virtual play, walk around the virtual sculptures of the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, and more.