Founder, Former CEO and CTO
Gregg Favalora began researching 3-D displays in 1988 and graduated
from Yale in 1996 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. In order
to build Actuality Systems, he exited Harvard's Ph.D. program
and received an S.M. in Engineering Sciences in 1998. Gregg is
a winner of the BFGoodrich / National Inventors Hall of Fame's
Collegiate Inventor's Competition, is a $10k winner of the MIT
$50k Entrepreneurship Competition, and is a member of Technology
Review magazine's "TR100," a
group of 100 of the top technologists under the age of 35.
Gregg is a frequent speaker on entrepreneurship, having given invited presentations for the National Inventor's Hall of Fame, the MIT $50k Entrepreneurship Competition, garage.com's Bootcamp for Startups, Future Forward, the Harvard Entrepreneurs Club, and the MIT Enterprise Forum.
Gregg's research interests include volumetric 3-D displays, holographic
video, and computational photography. He is on the committee of the SPIE/IS&T Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Applications Conference and is a peer reviewer for several optics publications. He holds 9 U.S. patents
and has several pending.
Feel free to contact Gregg at gregg at opticsforhire.com.