Jack Tsai worked as a developer in Taipei for 5 years, on R&D projects, animation, and mobile development. After earning a Master’s Degree from National Taiwan University in CS and working in the tech scene in Taiwan, he moved to Pittsburgh to attend Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center. There, he worked on VR projects including Imago (2015), which was recognized at SIGGRAPH 2016. After graduating, he developed for Facebook’s Oculus Research, an R&D VR division for the company in Pittsburgh. Jack joined the Stitchbridge team as a co-founder and has been involved in the VR project about the Holocaust for CMU (mentioned above).