Dr Sam Vine is an Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of Exeter, with a broad range of interests in the area of skill learning, expertise and performance under pressure. He is particularly interested in how visual attention (examined through eye tracking) and other physiological processes mediate motor skill and decision making performance. Sam applies his research to a range of different domains (e.g., sport, surgery, military, and aviation) and populations (e.g., children, elite performers and patient groups).
Kate Sprake is a certificated Radiation Protection Adviser and has worked in both the Nuclear industry and the medical sector and hence brings a wealth of experience to the team. Kate is still active in healthcare and undertakes risk assessments and delivers training for hospitals working with sources of ionising radiation. Kate is an experienced trainer working both with schools and industry.
Toby de Burgh has many years of experience working as a senior consultant in the nuclear industry, primarily in nuclear safety but also waste management and engineering. He started his career working with submarines at Devonport Dockyard before moving into reactor decommissioning with Magnox and Research Sites Restoration Ltd. Toby is also a video specialist having worked on creative commissions for the UK Film Council and has produced a great deal of training content for industry.
Lisa Bright is a production specialist having a great deal of experience working with organisations such as the BBC to produce documentaries and other video content. Lisa oversees the production of immersive training content here at Cineon, always ensuring it is produced to the highest standards of quality. She is intimately involved in all aspects of project delivery.
Ross Lockett-Kirk joins the team as Cineon Training’s lead developer, building VR environments. Ross graduated from the University of South Wales with a first class honours degree in computer games design. He has vast knowledge of working with design software packages and is instrumental in working with the team to assist in the design and build of all our VR training simulations.
Dr David Harris is a researcher in Psychology interested in skill acquisition, cognitive training and performance states. In particular, he is interested in the role of eye movements and visual attention in these areas. David has applied his research to a range of environments, including surgery, the military and gaming. His current work focuses on virtual reality and assessing the effectiveness of virtual environments for training cognitive skills.