Nolan Bushnell to support Mantech VR Cube

Virtual reality gaming Cube will be showcased at DEAL 2016 at the World Trade Centre

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Nolan Bushnell to support Mantech VR Cube The VR Cube, which has arrived at the Arabian Centre, will also be showcased at DEAL 2016, which takes place on 19-21 April at the World Trade Centre
By  Aasha Bodhani Published  April 14, 2016

Mantech, a Saudi Arabian company known for owning the Toy Town brand, has announced that Nolan Bushnell will be at the Dubai Entertainment Amusement and Leisure show (DEAL) at Dubai World Trade Centre.

Bushnell is considered to be the founding father of the gaming industry, as well as an engineer and entrepreneur, who has started over 20 companies, such as Atari. In 1982, Bushnell worked with the likes of Steve jobs and Steve Wozniak to develop the Atari arcade game Breakout.

Atari, Inc. founder and video game hall of famer, Nolan Bushnell once said "Today, companies have to radically revolutionise themselves every few years just to stay relevant. That is because technology and the Internet have transformed the business landscape forever. The fast paced digital age has accelerated the need for companies to become agile."

With this said, Bushnell will be supporting his son Wyatt Bushnell, the founder and CTO of Californian-based company Virsix Inc, where he will be showcasing the Virtual Reality Cube, as well as Virtual Dodgeball. In 2015, Mantech closed a seed round with Virsix's to develop the VR Cube, where the partnership will combine the passion and knowledge of game development and virtual reality.

The Cube, which has arrived at the Arabian Centre, will also be showcased at DEAL 2016, which takes place on 19-21 April at the World Trade Centre.  

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