Co-founder & CEO
George founded Intervisual Corp. in 2015 after six years as chief technology officer of Embodee Corp., where he developed a unique process for creating and modeling 3D digital apparel. His work built upon technical innovations that he led for the motion picture and interactive entertainment industries.
As director of creative research and development at Electronic Arts, George set new standards for facial capture, animation, and rendering. He also fostered innovation in high-fidelity graphics and new forms of interactivity, including 3D camera-based gestural interfaces.
Working at Warner Bros. as a technical designer for The Matrix film’s famous Bullet Time sequences, George developed image-based virtual cinematography for replicating film sets and locations. Those sequences captivated audiences and were crucial in The Matrix winning the 1999 Oscar for Best Visual Effects. He also received two Academy Awards for Scientific and Technical Achievement for his pioneering technical work on all three Matrix films.
George has a Master of Science degree from the University of California at Berkeley’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.