Hudson Pridham has an undergraduate degree at the University of Waterloo in Honours Architecture and is currently completing his masters degree in design in OCADU’s Digital Futures program. He has worked in architecture across Canada and in Europe on large scale healthcare and recreation projects. He has a passion for creating innovative UI concepts and devices which improve lives and push limits. These designs have been presented at a number of internationally renowned conferences, including IXDA 13 and DOT 2013.
Building off research he conducted in his undergraduate degree, which involved the creation of inexpensive VR technologies for exploring architectural designer, he is currently exploring the use of virtual reality as a control system for rovers in extreme and remote locations.