Enhancing cinematic VR experiences with Positron’s Jennifer Rundell


Positron Co-Founder Jennifer Rundell joins Steve Waskul in the StudioXperience Broadcast Studio at SIGGRAPH 2018. During this interview they discuss innovations in VR and bringing cinematic VR experiences to audiences. Their discussion includes the HP Mars Home Planet VR Experience which was premiered in StudioXperience at SIGGRAPH 2018.

About Jennifer Rundell

Jennifer Rundell has 15+ years in media, P/SaaS and ecommerce organizations. Jennifer has experience leading teams to build and deliver technology products and platforms that drive growth. Jennifer has Successfully launched large and complex projects, overseeing and contributing to all functions from product strategy, development and launch. She has a strong track record of building and training teams, specializing in bridging communication and driving alignment across business and technology functions.

About Positron

Positron combines creative design, engineering, storytelling, and coding to create amazing VR experiences. Positron is unique in the experiential design industry. The Positron team includes actual rocket scientists working alongside designers and artists.

Positron’s background is working with a wide range of clients in multiple sectors. They love to bring their experiential technology ideas to life. Positron clients include some of the world’s biggest brands, including Universal Studios, Intel, Chevron, John Deere, GE, Tesla, and more.

The team at Positron is currently focused on VOYAGER, their first product and the premium platform for cinematic VR loved by creators and audiences. Voyager is considered by many to be the most comfortable, immersive and premium VR platform. It is a full-motion chair and distribution platform and is now available for rental and sale.

Waskul.TV – Powered by HP and NVIDIA

HP Z Workstations with NVIDIA® Quadro GPUs play a vital role in our Waskul.TV production workflows. StudioXperience showcased the full range of HP Z Workstations at SIGGRAPH 2018 including several HP Z8 Workstations with NVIDIA Quadro GV100 GPUs that powered our virtual set at 4K 60p during our live broadcast. Learn more by visiting our StudioXperience site.