Part of our mission during the past 20 year here on WJR has been to highlight excellent in local technology design.The ability to help Microsoft and its automotive clients see the potential impact of mixed reality in its design process is a huge win for Vectorform,” said Jason Vazzano, CEO and Co-Founder of Vectorform. “As we continue to work with Microsoft and HoloLens, we can’t wait to see what other industry-transforming mixed reality solutions we will bring to market.”Vectorform is an official Microsoft HoloLens Agency Readiness Partner in both North America and Europe, and recently debuted HoloFramer, a mixed reality experience that allows interior designers and architects to create and collaborate on virtual layouts for physical spaces.To learn more about Vectorform’s HoloLens expertise and how mixed reality can transform your business, visit vectorform.com or contact us.About VectorformVectorform invents digital products and experiences for the world’s leading brands, with a focus on Immersive Technologies, Mobile Experiences, Internet of Things, Smart Homes, Connected Vehicles and Wearable Technologies. Founded in 1999, Vectorform has six global offices in Detroit, Seattle, New York, Munich, Mumbai, and Hyderabad. Visit Vectorform.com and connect on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+
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Listen to Mike Brennan and Matt Roush in the New Year on their podcast:
M2 TechCast, live, Mondays at 3-4 PM (soon to be 2-3PM) on PodcastDetroit Network.
Hour 2: Listener Call Ins and Caston Thomas
Caston Thomas happily joins us this weekend to fill in for Gary and Cal. Ed Rudel rejoins us after an extensive vacation in the Great Britain to see his daughter Shardae who is pursuing studies in England.
Caston is the founder of InterWorks, LLC. “The Chuck Norris of Securing & Managing Mobile & Networks”.
This week Caston will be our tech expert answering your questions along with Ed Rudel. Next week we will give him full spotlight in the first hour to show off his knowledge of the tech sector InterWorks serve.
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