Peter Panos is an inventor, developer, consultant, educator
and evangelist in the emerging field of human simulation (Virtual Actors),
performance animation (3D digital puppeteering / motion capture),
theatre (Real-Time Set concepts), virtual reality (VR), on-body computing and
the future of broadband Internet media experience.
Co-Director of the Los Angeles based special interest
group; the Performance Animation Society,
Greg is dedicated to
pushing the technologic and creative envelope of these
creative arenas with his efforts to create a community of pioneers.
built his first electronic music synthesizer at age 12, created his first
computer animation at 16 and obtained a degree in Television Production while
working at a PBS station. Later he worked in the night-club lighting design
industry and pioneered the invention of the first wearable computer concept
prototype in the mid 80's.
| Moving on to work in Space Station
Simulation / Animation Visualization at Rockwell he later co-founded leading
commercial ventures, and taught college level curricula while maintaining an
aggressive speaking schedule.|
Greg created the first major VR industry
resource guide: the "Virtual Reality Sourcebook" and these days, he
spends his time developing high-tech spiritual story concepts while keeping his
eyes peeled for the right "angels' to fund the
"Persona Foundation "
to further iniatives in Human Simulation, his life's- work-in- progress.
Persona Foundation Home Page