Vangelis Lympouridis, PhD is an adjunct professor at Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California (USC) where he teaches VR, AR and Mixed Reality with a strong focus in developing story, worlds and game mechanics within these new mediums. He is also the founder of Enosis VR, a highly specialized company in immersive technologies that offers high-level advising, R&D outsourcing, and full-scale production services. Vangelis is a consultant for some of the top companies in Silicon Valley and was contracted by Google to produce the iconic VR music piece “The Bohemian Rhapsody Experience” in collaboration with the rock band Queen. His interests include best practices for VR and he has participated in various standardization groups and committees, conferences and specialized panels and he is a member of the International Federation of Virtual Reality Industry in China. As a visiting scholar at the School of Cinematic Arts at USC he supervised VR research projects and produced VR experiences that were exhibited in prestigious venues around the world such as the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Future of Storytelling and the Tribeca and Sundance film festivals. Vangelis is currently working on a series of entertainment and medical VR/AR applications as the Interim Chief Design Officer of AppliedVR, as well as new R&D technologies in collaboration with HP Labs. He received his PhD in Whole Body Interaction from The University of Edinburgh in Scotland.