Digital Products:




Present Virtual Reality Advertising



I went to the European Innovation Academy in the summer of 2017 with the Master’s of Product Innovation program at VCU. While there, I worked with a truly singular group of people from all over the world to build a virtual reality advertising product. Not only would this concept increase revenue for independent game developers, and provide cool ways for companies to advertise their products, the gamified nature of the ads did not break the immersive experience of VR. I acted as head of Marketing and CEO for the group as we worked feverishly for 3 weeks to get a working product.

In three weeks we were able to build:

  • Three prototype advertisements in Unity
  • Implement one of them into an actual VR game
  • Develop a working back-end that captured gaze-tracking analytics

We were pretty successful and I got the opportunity to pitch in front of 700 peers, mentors and investors, as one of the top 10 teams out of nearly 100!

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    Here’s a short video that shows the level of development we achieved in just 3 weeks:


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