Christine Perey

Christine Perey

President and Spime Wrangler, PEREY Research & Consulting

Christine Perey is an industry analyst and active leader of new technology industry initiatives. In 1991 she saw that it would be possible to improve human communication on personal computing devices with audio and video. She became the editor and publisher of the QuickTime Forum, the first publication for QuickTime developers. She worked as a consultant to the videoconferencing and streaming media industries for over a decade until, in 2006, realized that the future would lead to Augmented Reality.

Christine has started and led many communities of interest. She is an advocate for interoperable Augmented Reality and serves on numerous standards working groups including as co-chair of the IEEE P1589, Augmented Reality Learning Experience Model (ARLEM). She is founder and served for three years as the executive director of the AR for Enterprise Alliance (AREA), the only global member-based organization accelerating AR adoption in enterprise.

When not traveling, Christine lives and works in Montreux, Switzerland.


ID Event Name Duration Start Date
Authoring Augmented Reality Experiences–What You Need to Get Started 1 Hours February 22, 2017

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