Mike takes lead on projects that involve substantial programming, software architecture, or software integration efforts. Mike has an extensive background in virtual reality and augmented reality; he previously served as the Head of Software for Sulon Technologies, a company that created one of the world’s first standalone augmented reality headsets. Years of working as a software engineer in the games industry have also provided him with experience in a diverse range of programming languages and platforms, and have allowed him to express his great passion for delivering compelling experiences to others.
Applied research at Technology Access Centres (TACs), like SIRT, presents a unique opportunity. TACs offer hands-on learning for students and faculty as well as a direct link to industry. With specific examples from SIRT’s research leads and partners this panel will share observations and best practices for creative and professional growth.TACs are federally funded technology […]