We're a team of spatial computing pioneers.
Dan and Tyler first started in Virtual Reality when we bought into the Oculus DK2 on Kickstarter in early 2014—a time that predates any consumer VR hardware. They attracted early grant funding from the University of Wisconsin-Madison to develop their Alpha prototype in 2016.
Shortly after, they incorporated and raised their first round of funding in 2018 on the basis of making it super easy for instructors and students to create and share immersive learning experiences.
The team grew from 4 to 10 in early 2019 when they were accepted in the AFWERX program to pilot the Holos platform with the 412th Test Wing at Edwards Air Force base.
Now, the Holos platform is opening up its tools to enable instructors of all kinds to create and monetize their courses in virtual reality.