This week in XR news Apple, Microsoft, pull back from spatial computing. Not so fast, says guest Dan Robinson, CEO of Red 6, which has built AR enabled combat and other training sims into real aircraft.
Dan’s career started in the Royal Air Force, where he served as a fighter pilot flying the Tornado F3 fighter and later became the first non-American fighter pilot to fly the most capable fighter on the planet, the F-22 Raptor. After leaving the RAF, Dan took over as CEO of his family’s construction and development firm, following the sudden death of his father in 2011. During the worldwide financial crisis, he led the successful restructuring and growth of the business that went on to win numerous regional and national awards. Dan holds an MBA from Georgetown University.
Sample Angel advances our augmented reality and virtual reality product visualizations. To achieve that mission, he is involved in developing the game engine’s rendering codebase; implementing features that can involve numerous aspects of the graphics and visual domain as well as data ingestion and parsing; and create stylized visual effects using particles, animation, sprites, textures, 3D models and shaders in the Unreal game engine. He previously worked at Amazon Web Services, Google X, Applied Materials, Apple and elsewhere in a variety of 3D Artist roles. Angel is a graduate of Full Sail University, where he graduated with an A.S. in Computer Animation.
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