Sean McCracken is the founder of Imaginary Computer – a world’s leading developer of head-mounted wearable games. He has developed a number of popular applications and games for Epson’s Moverio BT-200 smart glasses, with several being used by Epson to demonstrate the device’s capabilities.
Sean is one of the world’s leading voices in wearable applications and counts developing the first video game on Google Glass as one of his many achievements. Over the last two years, he has won best Glass Application at TechDisruptSF 2013 and recently led a team that won the NBC Universal Studios Orlando Hackathon. Sean has also brought the Moverio Unity3D plugin to market, enabling Unity3D game developers to access the Moverio SDK, as well as a head tracking library, to create AR games and apps quickly and easily.
As a fan and talented example of what the technology behind Epson’s smart glasses can do, Epson has invited Sean to present his developments on its stand at CES for the past two years. And at the most recent event in Las Vegas, he gave a demonstration of Moverio BT-200 to Google co-founder Sergey Brin.