VividQ rearranges its C-Suite to trigger new concepts
Cambridge University spin-out VividQ has juggled its top team to initiate a new wave of display technology innovation.
The fresh commercial thrust sees Andrzej Kaczorowski move from CTO to chief scientist. He will lead a multidisciplinary research team committed to generating new concepts and prototypes for holographic display and be responsible for furthering VividQ’s academic collaborations.
Andrzej continues to drive scientific-focused endeavours at VividQ and act as a technical adviser across the company.
Tom Durrant shifts from chief development officer to CTO. He will continue to oversee product development and delivery and steer the development team towards innovative, agile practices.
He will now have oversight over all of VividQ’s technical teams with the view to incorporate more of VividQ’s R & D expertise into ongoing commercial projects.
Since emerging from the university in 2017 the company has grown from a small core team to an energetic group of over 30+ engineers, developers, scientists and commercial minds.
VividQ’s expert engineers, mathematicians and computer scientists have emanated from the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford and St Andrews. They have developed the patented technology for commercial applications of holographic display in AR/VR headsets and smartglasses, automotive head-up displays, and consumer electronics.
The company is backed by leading international investors including Sure Valley Ventures, OSRAM FluxUnit Ventures, University of Tokyo Edge Capital and Essex Innovation.