MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA — June 27, 2012 — Infinite Z, Inc.®, a technology provider that enables virtual-holographic 3D imagery to bring designs to life, today announced that Kevin Morishige has joined the company as vice president of hardware engineering.
Morishige is a senior executive with 23 years experience growing hardware and architecture teams for numerous industry leaders and start-up companies specializing in workstation, networking, and mobile electronics. He has managed product development teams through the full range of the product life cycle, from initial concept to volume production.
“I am extremely impressed with Kevin’s broad experience with hardware, software, and user interface development,” said Paul Kellenberger, CEO of Infinite Z. “We are happy to have Kevin leading our hardware team to drive the innovation of our next generation technology.” At Infinite Z, Morishige will lead the hardware engineering function and focus on product development of their 3D virtual-holographic product, zSpace. He has extensive experience working with suppliers and manufacturing partners worldwide, with a particular emphasis in India.
Morishige comes to Infinite Z from Hewlett Packard, where he was vice president of engineering responsible for leading a team of specialists in the areas of RF/antenna, display, WiFi/BT/NFC, touch, cameras, power, performance analysis/benchmarking and CPU architecture. Prior to that, he served 11 years as senior director of engineering for Cisco Systems, Inc. where he managed teams of hardware, software and ASIC engineers, and contributed to product
Infinite Z, Inc.® is a digital design technology provider that enables natural interaction with virtual-holographic 3D imagery to bring designs to life. The company’s mission is to transform human interactions with today’s computing environment into an incredibly lifelike, interactive and immersive experience. Its revolutionary platform, zSpace®, provides a highly realistic visualization experience that enables designers and engineers to directly interact with virtual holographic simulations as if they were real physical objects, which accelerates the design and development process and increases productivity. Infinite Z is a privately held, venture backed company located in Mountain View, CA, and has filed more than 30 patents for its innovative technologies. For additional information about zSpace, visit http://www.zspace.com/