Eduardo is the founder of FactualVR. His background includes a mix of management, entrepreneurship and technological expertise. Eduardo began working with VR in 1996 in a Japan-based research lab, and in 2001 as a graduate research assistant while at Georgia Tech. He also worked in several startup companies in Silicon Valley, including a spin off from SRI (Stanford Research Institute.) He holds a BSc in Systems Engineering and an MBA in Strategic Management.
Senior VR Developer
Yao is a software developer who is responsible for system design, feature development, and simulation design for FactualVR Platform. He is a firm believer of AR/VR technology and has worked with a variety of the recent AR/VR enabled headsets, smartphones and tablets. Yao graduated from Tandon School of Engineering of NYU in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science.
Senior Business Analyst
Yuliia has worked as a Business/System Analyst since 2010. She is responsible for the requirements elicitation and management processes, as well as documentation and product roadmap, Yulia is also in charge of our Agile methodology . She graduated from National Aviation University (Kiev, Ukraine) in 2012 with Master’s degree in Automatization and Computer-Integrated Technologies.
hannon has been a VR Developer since 2018. He works on Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality features. Prior to joining FactualVR, Shannon worked as a VR Developer for the New Jersey Institute of Technology, including projects like simulations and VR immersive experiences. He graduated with a B.Sc. in Information Technology from NJIT in May 2018.
Julian is a developer with hands-on experience with computer vision employing a combination of cameras to recognize faces, gestures, and body movements. He has worked in CAD with Inventor and is proficient in C, C++, Python, and Matlab. He is completing his degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Maryland
Eric is a pursuing his PhD in Computer Vision at Stevens Institute of Technology under the direction of Dr. Mordohai. His interests are artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing, and game theory. He is involved in the research performed under the sub-award of the SBIR Grant from the Department of Energy.
Stevens Institute of Technology
Dr. Mordohai is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stevens Institute of Technology. His expertise encompasses several aspects of 3D computer vision including image and video- based 3D reconstruction; structure from motion; 3D shape representation, segmentation and recognition. Dr. Mordohai earned his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California and held postdoctoral researcher positions at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Chalva is a senior marketing executive with experience leading complex global integrated marketing programs to support sales, lead generation, market positioning and messaging activities with a focus on enterprise software. He most recently worked as CMO with several high growth SaaS companies in Cloud Services, AI, ML, AR and Data Security. He spent 11 years at Accenture initially in strategy consulting and then transitioned to global marketing roles in the technology practice. During his career he has been a strategic advisor to several CEOs of early stage companies.
Gabriel is the Director of Global Digital Solutions for Drilling & Completions at Halliburton Landmark, a position he assumed in May 2017. Gabriel brings over 20 years’ of experience in the oil and gas industry, leading and growing businesses around the world. Prior to joining Halliburton, he worked with Schlumberger and Chevron where he held a variety of global management executive positions in numerous areas, including Supply Chain, R&D, Sales, Marketing, Operations and HR; where he ran and grew large global businesses and joint ventures, working across US, Continental Europe, South America and Africa; leading large scale technology development projects and major negotiations in the industry.