TeamWe are the People behind Cybershoes
Michael Bieglmayer, MSc
After his studies of architecture, Michael worked for the architect Günther Domenig, focusing on the design of the T-Mobile Center and the Domenig presentation at the Architecture Biennial of Venice. He also worked as set design assistant at the New York theaters La Mama, the Public Theater NYC and later at the Burgtheater Wien (2004-2006).
In 1999 he co-founded the artist group Assocreation; in their scope are works for the Ars Electronica, the Biennal of Valencia, Europalia Brussels, MachineRAUM Denmark, Katmandu International Art Festival, European Capital of Culture Istanbul 2010 – and many more.
Doris is a certified tax advisor and has 13 years of experience in tax consulting and in the financial industry. Before joining Cybershoes she was a Senior Manager at PwC in the financial services tax team and supported national and international banks in the implementation of major projects in the area of operational taxes. At Cybershoes GmbH she is responsible for all financial issues of the company.
Igor Mitric Lavovski, MSc
Igor Mitric Lavovski is an architect, product developer and researcher. Previously he worked as an architect on diverse industrial projects before shifting his interest to the entertainment industry. Through the years he gained experience as the art&technical director in developing VR games and management of growing teams.
At Cybershoes GmbH he is leading a marketing team and development of solutions/games for VR headsets and Android/iOS applications.
Georg Wimberger, BM
Lead Programmer, Co-Founder
Andreas is the game logic and hardware programming consultant.
Head of Workshop, Co-Founder
George is the key mechanist behind Cybershoes production and media design consultant.
3D Designer and Autor of Trainings
BLICK 3D | Istanbul
Mag. Peter Bartos
Navid brings to Cybershoes international technology management experience from his career in the US, Europe, and East Asia. As the Chief Research Engineer at the CTO office of LG Electronics, Navid led key programs involving industry transforming displays, augmented reality and digital services deployed in automotive cockpits. Prior to that Navid worked at the Open Innovation and Service Strategy group of Samsung Electronics’ headquarters where he managed smart device innovations and invented a patented technology for connected device authentication. During his tenure at chipmaker AMD he helped expanded the company’s technology reach into China, Japan and South Korea where he led new business development, partnerships and established the Asia gaming hardware lab.