Alex Hern, CEO, and founder of Tsunami XR says that at the end of the day, we are all visual creatures. Non-verbal cues are as crucial to human communication. They give the speaker an opportunity to view facial expressions and subtle gestures. Natural elements that would otherwise, be easily missed using conventional messaging systems. With Tsunami XR Company, Alex Hern believes that his company is the answer to this problem.
Launched in 2011, Tsunami XR is proving itself, to a leader in immersive science, technology, and engineering. The San Diego-based company is finding itself on the cutting-edge of the most advanced technologies, especially in Virtual and Augmented reality software.
In his early career, Alex Hern founded fruitful technology businesses, many of which that have gone to bought by larger industry corporations, such as Hewlett-Packard, Google Inc., and Goldman-Sachs. Hern says that he and his team, use the technology as their source, and then plan and add on to the idea. Alex Hern’s first company, was Inktomi, a kid-friendly search engine, that was used as the dominant search engine for Yahoo!, AOL, and MSN. What made Inktomi unique at the time, was its advanced Enterprise Security Management software, or ESM. The technology was helpful and the first of its kind. Hern adds, that ESM was initially supposed to be used for missile tracking, or air traffic control but he merely altered its usage to fit internet searching.
The path has not been easy for Hern and his team, they have managed to stay afloat despite periods of technological disinterest, spurred by 9/11 and the 2008 recession. Regarding customer technology solutions and security, Alex Hern believes that it is better for computer engineers to practice proactive problem-solving, rather than reactive. Throughout the last decade, technology has gone from bringing us closer together, to bringing us further apart. Alex Hern hints that future technological advancements are going to strive to fix that problem.
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