Dimensional Imaging Appoints Tim Christian As Chairman

Dimensional Imaging Appoints Tim Christian As Chairman

dimensional imagingYou may not yet be familiar with Glasgow-based Dimensional Imaging, but the chances are you’ll be hearing a lot more about them in the very near future. The company has created new technology to capture incredibly high resolution facial performance without sticking reflective dots all over an actor’s head. It’s already been used in titles such as Quantum Break, Dead Island, Halo and

Dimensional Imaging has now announced that games industry veteran Tim Christian has become the Company’s new Chairman.

Tim’s games industry career spans almost 25 years. He ran two major game publishers: Microprose and Hasbro Interactive, and since 2000 has acted as strategic advisor to a number of games companies. Tim is also Chairman of deltaDNA, the analytics and player relationship specialists, which has just raised a new round of investment.

Tim commented:

I am delighted to have been appointed as Dimensional Imaging’s new Chairman. With the recent launch of their head mounted camera system (‘DI4D HMC’), and on-location facial performance capture service, the Company has huge potential in the games, TV and movie industries.  The demand for high definition full performance capture solutions is increasing, and I’m very much looking forward to seeing the potential of DI, and its excellent products, realised.

Colin Urquhart, Dimensional Imaging’s CEO said:

I am very pleased to welcome Tim as the new Chairman of the Company and delighted to be working alongside someone of his calibre. Having been involved in the games industry at the highest level for over 20 years, Tim will play a vital role in ensuring we capitalise on every market opportunity. Dimensional Imaging is renowned for providing high fidelity facial data for triple A video games, and with Tim’s experience and invaluable industry knowledge, the Company’s reputation will be second to none.

For more information visit www.di4d.com.

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