Vander Nunes, a.k.a. “imerso” / imersiva.com
Started programming computers in 1983, at the age of 13. In the end of 1983, with an 8bit computer called TK-83 (a brazilian Sinclair ZX-81 clone), started to learn Assembly Z80 and BASIC languages.
Since then have owned and programmed MSX, TRS-80, Apple2, Amiga and PC (from XT up to I7) computers. Fully comfortable with mobile (Android and iOS) and embedded (Arduino, ESP8266, Raspberry) programming as well.
Some things that I liked to do: A voice synthesizer in 1986 (for MSX and TRS-80), all written in Asm; two articles published in front-page of Microsistemas, the first printed brazilian micro-computer magazine, in 1990; Virtux, the first multi-user virtual reality system that I created in 1999, compatible with VFX-1 stereoscopic HMD; Winning a Latin America programming competition held by Qualcomm in 2004; The first Etherea; Giving a short talk on NVScene 2014; My family.
Imersiva is a tiny development house created around 2005, and since then have been creating Database-Driven Systems, Games and Virtual Reality experiences for many different clients. It is a really small company, still a slick one.
If you want to offer Vander a job, or tell anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact. Thank you.