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Photo du profil de David "iVEvangelist" Nahon

Making Immersive Virtual Reality a reality ! Trained both as an engineer and an artist (Supelec, Imperial Collège and Univ. Paris 8), David Nahon creates in 1994 the R&D activities of Z-A Production, a pioneer French 3D animation studio. At the same time, he gets involved in the development and the direction of various interactive artwork from Maurice Benayoun, as well the management of the software development of the SAS Cube, the first PC-based CAVE worldwide, and first french CAVE . In 2003, David joins Virtools as a product manager for VR solutions. Since Virtools acquisition by Dassault Systèmes in 2005, he leads the Immersive Virtuality (iV) domain, acting horizontally on the emergence of new usages and markets where the user’s body is highly coupled with the virtual.

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