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Ed Barton is the CEO and co-founder of Curiscope, a London based startup pioneering the use of virtual and augmented reality to inspire kids.
Coming from a background in web development and in filmmaking, Ed started Curiscope in 2015 with the belief that the next wave of computing is going to revolve around democratizing experiences and that this is going to be a seismic transformation in the way that all of us learn. Curiscope’s work so far has included one of the first AR consumer products for kids and a VR experience that is one of the most watched worldwide.
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