CEO, Ghost Machine VR
Neal Nellans has over 15 years of professional game making experience. After Graduating with a BFA in Computer Animation from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, Mr. Nellans was immediately recognized for his work in Animation by being awarded the 1998 Gold Medal Academy Award for his Animated short entitled, “Jataka” later earning the Digital Cinematography Scholarship from the Hollywood visual effects studio Rhythm and Hues, where he also interned.
Mr. Nellans was approached by Steven Spielberg to work first at Dreamworks SKG and then Electronic Arts on an Original WWII video game which later became known as Medal of Honor. He continued to work on the first three Medal of Honor titles developing 3D environments and multiplayer level design. Mr. Nellans founded the mobile games company, “Tiny Utopia” in 2006 and has also written and directed a feature film entitled, “Fossil” which received accolades in both Domestic and International Film Festivals for it’s unique blend of live action and computer animated film making.
There is money to be made here! AR/VR technology is advancing rapidly with the tech now starting to stretch into every industry. The consumer market is still very young, but it is growing quickly. The enterprise market is taking off as well. There are many opportunities for developers to charge a premium rate for AR/VR […]