Tesla's Former AR/VR Founder Appointed as CPO at Scanta

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 29 March 2019, 08:57 Hrs
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One of the leading players in the AR/VR space, Scanta has appointed the former founder of AR/VR program for Tesla, Tyler Lindell as the Chief Product Officer. Tyler will lead the entire project development and integration of AR/VR on the client end and will also aid Scanta in developing business leads to develop a huge brand portfolio.

Welcoming Tyler to the Scanta team, Chaitanya Hiremath, Founder & CEO, Scanta, says, “Tyler shares the same vision that we have at Scanta and his experience & expertise will be an asset to our company. He exhibits an exemplary record of developing AR/VR departments for companies looking to integrate these modern technologies to stay one step ahead of the competition. We are currently working towards animating AR avatars through voice commands and Tyler’s expertise will allow us to keep our focus intact while we continue to expand”.



Tyler was the one behind developing the AR/VR department at Tesla and his immense knowledge sets him apart from the others in this industry. Prior to Scanta, Tyler, who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Warner Pacific College, worked in the Business Development Team at Holographic Interfaces for two years. He has also worked as a Software Engineer at 2nd Watch, rLoop Incorporated, Patterson Companies, AR for Enterprise Alliance.



Commenting on his new role, Tyler says, “Communication makes us human. We're using the principles of emerging technology such as AI and Spatial Computing to support communication globally. I'm excited about Scanta's vision for the future of communication in Augmented Reality”.



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