Cameron is an Innovation Engineering Specialist at Bell (formerly Bell Helicopter). His primary responsibility is to leverage emerging technology combined with custom software to plan and execute creative solutions in the automation, simulation, and XR space. He has experience in directly overseeing the digital production pipeline, working closely with all levels of management in partner companies, as well as functioning as a key creative member of collaborative teams. He has worked as an internal strategist for content production studios and external ambassador to many fortune 100 clients.
Cameron has experience in the following areas:
Bell Nexus wins Best in transportation at ces!
Bell took home Best of CES in the transportation category by Wired. Cameron was the Creative Director and Project Manager of the Future Flight Controls program. An experience that allows users from all backgrounds to take a virtual flight over Las Vegas using custom user controls. The project utilized VR mixed with a flight simulator to track and record all user data and provide valuable feedback to help design the future of flight controls.
Most recent interview
VR/AR Global summit TALk
Using Virtual Reality to Design the Future of Flight
Cameron was honored to be speaking at the VR/AR Global Summit in Vancouver with Levi Bilbrey, Creative Manager at Bell, and HTC Vive's JB McRee. They had an in depth talk about how the companies are leveraging virtual reality to design the future of flight.
Texas Live! Grand Opening
Sector 5 Digital recently helped launch Texas Live! by creating the grand opening video. This video is played often at the venue to hype up the crowd and get everyone ready to enjoy their experience. Cameron consulted on shooting/cg techniques and location scouting, as well as working with Hall of Famer, Pudge, featured above.
Bell Air Taxi CES 2018 (Won top 5 experiences of ces)
Cameron conceptualized and implement the technology being used to not only coordinate running 7,000 users through VR in 3 days, but also to win top 5 experiences of CES by Wired. He worked with aerospace engineers, mechanical engineers, and electrical engineers to bring this experience to life.
American airlines 360 explore
This site is now live at : exploreamerican.com/virtual-tour. Cameron is actively developing a new 360 exploratory website for some of American Airlines' new fleet. He is leading the project, working as the lead creative. He has overseen all elements from creating the pitch document to leading a team of programmers and artists to create this online marketing piece.
TEXTRON CItation longitude interview (by htc)
Cameron works directly with clients to ensure all new technology and software is working at its maximum capacity. He worked with Textron Aviation as seen above to support a realtime VR configurator. HTC interviewed Cameron to discuss ongoing work in the simulation and marketing sector using the Vive, specifically.
ibm server challenge
This VR experience trains and educates the player in assembling a server rack as well as offerings of the IBM Cloud. Cameron worked on this project in many capacities, the most prominent being producer and client liaison. He saw the project through to completion for the client, then starred in a production walk-through video of hardware and software setup for the client. He has traveled to many foreign IBM branches for in person training, including Montevideo, Uruguay.
Military projects - 10+ experiences
Cameron has worked on a variety of military based projects that cannot be shown online to any party. The experiences range from simulated war rooms and flights to educational campaigns and AR mirrors. Please reach out for more information.
Shark Week augmented reality
Cameron worked as the lead environment and character artist for this AR app built for Discovery Channel's Shark Week. He modeled multiple species of shark as well as their natural habitats. Poly count and texture memory allocation was critical to the success of this role. Time allotted for design, model, skin, and texture of each shark = 10 hours total.