Eugene Chung is a film director and founder of Penrose, a startup focused on augmented reality and VR. He was the head of film and media at Oculus VR, where he co-created Story Studio, which brought together storytellers and artists from Pixar. Prior to that, he was with New Enterprise Associates and Pixar Animation Studios. He holds degrees from University of California, Berkeley and Harvard.
Jimmy Maidens is a veteran CG filmmaker who served as a technical lead and artist at Dreamworks for over 12 years on films such as the Shrek and Madagascar series. As a CG generalist, his areas of expertise include lighting, modeling, animation, FX, coding, scripting, rendering, and concept art. Maidens is a VR enthusiast and has amassed a large VR headset collection over several decades.
Alex Woo is a story artist at Pixar Animation Studios and has worked on films such as Ratatouille, Wall-E, and Cars 2. He also directed and produced the short film Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher, which won a 2004 Student Academy Award.