The UK-based shared VR company Igloo Vision has announced its has opened operations in the US and Canada. This includes a permanent presence on both the East and West coasts of the US with offices in New Jersey and Los Angeles County and a Canadian office in Toronto.
The move comes as the company has done more work in America and the new offices enable Igloo to deliver better client support.
The New Jersey team is led by co-founder and president Colin Yellowley, supported by Nick Jones, who has been in charge of delivering the company’s American assignments for almost a decade.
On the West Coast, the office is part of Upload LA, a new VR and AR training, co-working and community space at Marina Del Ray in Los Angeles County, California. The space includes one of Igloo’s new 5m cylinders, now available for workshops and demonstrations.
In Canada the company has incorporated Igloo Vision Canada in Toronto, which is headed up by Tom Marshall-Potter, who has been delivering Igloo events across North America for several months.