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SPIE AR, VR, MR: Interview with Darran Milne, CEO at VividQ
Join us for our November interview with Bernard Kress (Microsoft) and Christophe Peroz (ex-Magic Leap). This month, we will be interviewing Darran Milne, CEO at VividQ, on the topic of "Computer-Generated Holography to improve vision comfort in next generation displays for AR headsets and beyond“.

10 December 2020

9 AM PST (US and Canada)
5 PM GMT (UK)
6 PM CET (Germany)

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Speakers

Bernard Kress
Partner Optical Architect @Microsoft Hololens
Bernard is a leader in the field of micro-optics, wafer scale optics, holography, nano-photonics, digital displays systems, and HUD and HMD displays, especially for AR, MR smart glasses. Bernard joined Google [X] Labs in 2011 as the Principal Optical Architect on the Google Glass project. He is currently the Partner Optical Architect at Microsoft on the Hololens project.
Christophe Peroz
Previously at @Magic Leap
Christophe continues to build our spatial computing world. He began his work in France working on materials science and nanofabrication. In the US, he worked at Berkeley Lab, as the CoFounder and Director, of Nanofabrication and Photonic Devices for aBeam Technologies. At Magic Leap, he helped build the most advanced spatial computer of its time.
Darran Milne
CEO @VividQ
Darran is a Co-founder and CEO at VividQ - a frontier tech company with world-leading expertise in holographic display, based in Cambridge (UK). With extensive experience in commercialising software products in fintech and deep tech sectors, he is on a mission to bring Computer-Generated Holography to the masses. Darran holds a PhD in Quantum Information Theory and Quantum Optics from the University of St Andrews and the Max Planck Institute.