Download our whitepaper
It will explain more about Computer-Generated Holography and why it represents the future of AR wearables.
We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By clicking below to subscribe, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp's privacy practices here.
VividQ announces formation of expert advisory board to support rapid growth of holographic tech
VividQ is on a mission to create game-changing visual experiences through our holographic AR display technology. To facilitate that journey we have appointed an advisory board of California-based industry heavyweights who will support our management team in the rapid commercialisation of holography in the US and beyond. The VividQ Advisory Board includes tech executives from leading consumer and technology companies, as well as serial entrepreneurs and investors, who will use their experiences to support VividQ in achieving its mission.
“As a deep-tech company, we know that bringing our products and technology to the mass market will present numerous challenges and opportunities as we scale. We already have an exceptional leadership team and Board of Directors, but the addition of this advisory board gives us an even richer pool of expertise to dip into,” said VividQ CEO Darran Milne. “I’m very happy with the quality of experts that believe in VividQ’s mission and accepted our invitation. They represent such a broad range of perspectives and real-world experiences in display technology, consumer electronics and start-up environments.”
The five members of the VividQ Advisory Board are:
VividQ is positioned for sustained growth over the coming years as holographic displays become standard components of immersive devices such as AR and VR gaming headsets, smart-glasses, laptop and monitor screens, automotive heads-up displays, and large format displays.
Based in Cambridge and London, VividQ is the pioneer of holographic display technology, which is pivotal in augmented reality. The company was founded in 2017 and has raised over $20m in VC funding to date. The company licenses its technology to consumer device manufacturers, who can then build consumer-ready AR wearables that usher in a new generation of gaming experiences.