Neal O Gorman

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Participants of this year’s I-Cubed programme, which provides graduates funding and mentorship to help grow their start-ups

The second instalment of I-Cubed, a student summer start-up accelerator run by Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), has got under way. I-Cubed provi(...)

Eric Risser and Neal O’Gorman of Artomatix: their algorithm can generate thousands of images based on an  initial design

Dublin-based software firm Artomatix has closed a €2.1 million seed round with investors that include Enterprise Ireland. Artomatix, which employs 1(...)

Established by Iseult Ward and Aiobheann O’Brien, FoodCloud is one of many successful start-ups that have emerged from Trinity College

Trinity College has produced more entrepreneurs than any other university in Europe over the last five years, according to new independent research. T(...)

American Eric Risser and Kildare-born Neal O’Gorman of Artomatix: their algorithm can generate thousands of images based on the initial design and parameters that an artist provides, which can be useful in video game production

Dublin-based software firm Artomatix has reached the final stages of an international start-up competition run by technology website TechCrunch. Prev(...)

Eric Risser and Neal O’Gorman: “We want  artists focusing the majority of their time on being creative and leave our technology to work on the more mundane tasks – such as creating seamlessly tiling textures [realistic surfaces]”

Artomatix – run by Kildare-born Neal O’Gorman and American Eric Risser – had its first birthday at the end of March. Its first 12 months comprised (...)

Bungie’s sci-fi epic “Destiny”: Irish firm Havok’s software is used in the game

Vast arenas, countless characters, immersive music and some adherence to the laws of physics are the vital components of a modern AAA gaming title. Tr(...)