Roto VR

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About RotoVR

 

Roto VR™ Ltd, a London-based company, was founded in March 2015 to improve the virtual reality and augmented reality experience. CEO Elliott Myers, who previously developed the award-winning Gametrak product (the first true 3D games controller), realised virtual reality and augmented reality have a long way to go in terms of fully immersing the user in the digital world. RotoVR, the dedicated interactive chair, is the first of many innovations to come from Roto VR Ltd.

 

Meet the Team​​

Elliott Myers

CEO/Co-Founder

Andrew Wolfson

Director

Joanna Miller

Office Manager and PA

Sam Barkaway

Community Manager

Gavin Waxkirsh

COO/Co-Founder

Jan Fabritius

Director

Rebekah Ward

Customer Support Manager

Jon Middleton

Business Development Consultant

Dr Mustapha Omar

Commercial Director

Eriks Kuzovs

Operations and Logistics Manager

Christoff Steenkamp

Developer Relations Manager

Harry Holmwood

Commercial Consultant

 

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Consultant and Founder & CEO of Eight Cylinders Inc., a game and broadband content authoring tools company acquired by On2.com in 2000 and subsequently Google. Founder of Massive In-Game Advertising, acquired by Microsoft in 2006. Founder & CEO of Boom In-Game Music, The company was acquired by LiveGamer Inc in 2008. Mr. Middleton has held executive leadership roles in digital content (Madefire) within game publishing (Pulse Entertainment) and game hardware (Mad Catz) during a career spanning +20 years in the video game industry.