- Indigo has been captivated by the promise of augmented reality since a long time, and thoroughly enjoys applying 20 years of software engineering experience to developing augmented reality software. Indigoâ€™s specialties include augmented reality, virtual worlds, video games, social networking, iPhone/iPad and Flash development, and agile project management.
- Kevin has over 30 years of advanced ICT research experience, including 14 years of research management at CSIRO â€“ the Australian Government's main research agency. In the 1980â€²s, he pioneered the application of massively parallel computing to a wide range of fields, co-founded a company researching and developing natural language processing for Chinese, and was a Principal Investigator on an EU funded project under the Advanced Informatics in Medicine program. He established Australiaâ€™s first massively parallel computing facility in 1990. Then, in 1997, he setup the joint Australian National University â€“ CSIRO Virtual Environments Laboratory that pioneered the development of collaborative hapto-visual environments for surgical training. Later in 2000-01, he was the founding Director of the Western Australian Interactive Virtual Environments Centre (www.ivec.org). In 2003-04, he was a Strategic Advisor to the National Research Council of Canada in the setting up of the National Institute for Nanotechnology. Then from 2008-11, Kevin was a Translational Research Leader at the National Digital Research Centre (Ireland). He is now a Visiting Professor in Medical Simulation at University College Cork (Ireland) and the CSO of Cara Health Inc in Chicago. Kevin has a BSc (Hons) in mathematics from the University of Tasmania and an MPhil in pure mathematics from Murdoch.