Transvergence Summit: Kip Haynes, Chief Technologist, All These Worlds LLC

Implementing Transmedia Solutions for Veterans with PTSD & Other Military Applications

Kip Haynes is one of the most highly sought-after consultants for design and development of training applications for commercial and military users.  He spent the early part of his career developing high performance parallel distributed rendering applications for large scale data visualization. He joined USC’s ICT in 2003 leading a research effort investigating parallel and distributed systems for military training and simulation.  He spent the early part of his career developing high performance parallel distributed rendering applications for large scale data visualization. He joined USC’s ICT in 2003 leading a research effort investigating parallel and distributed systems for military training and simulation.

Haynes was part of the last panel at TransVergence Summit entitled “The Future at Hand – Emerging Platforms and the Future of Content”.  There, he discussed his experiences designing military applications using augmented and virtual reality which include officer training, therapy for war vets suffering from PTSD and “Holodeck” type applications for deep space exploration.  

We had a moment to visit with Kip after panel to discuss some of his experiences in detail.  If you'd like to find out more about Haynes or All these Worlds LLC, go to their website at alltheseworldsllc.com

 

*Filmed with the Blackmagic Production Camera

 


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