Roman Ormandy is a successful software designer and entrepreneur with a proven history of delivery of market-leading, collaborative 3D software. He received RNDr degree in Artificial Intelligence from University of Bratislava and continued with post graduate work in computational linguistics at Charles University in Prague. In 1985 he founded Caligari Corp in New York City, 3 years after he defected from communist Czechoslovakia. Caligari flagship product, 3D authoring software trueSpace was the first integrated 3D tool for Windows. It evolved over time into avatar based, VR online collaboration and was acquired by Microsoft in 2008. Roman left Microsoft in 2011 and decided to focus on neural science, rather than AI, as grounding technology for wearable assistants.