News / 30.09.2019
Airbus’s Lead VR/AR Creative Director Joins REWIND
Paul Hannah joins REWIND as innovation director, bringing with him 15 years of experience in the creative and technology industries, alongside expertise in maximising the impact of immersive technologies in the enterprise space.
Paul joins REWIND from Airbus in Munich, where he was the senior creative director on VR and AR. At the pioneering aerospace company, Paul led the Future Concepts team’s development of innovations – many of which involved pushing the boundaries of immersive technology – to deliver new concepts in communication, training, and simulation.
“Paul brings a depth of knowledge, and a skill set, that will add tremendous value to our ability to deliver at scale for our enterprise clients,” said Sol Rogers, CEO & Founder of REWIND. “We work in an industry where progress is swift and constant, and Paul’s track record in identifying new technical and creative opportunities is second to none.”
Paul said, “I am passionate about everything that engenders creativity, especially when it becomes merged with new technologies. So I am hugely excited to be joining REWIND, a true leader in the space, and I am looking forward to working with a pioneering team that is known for pushing the boundaries.”
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