Re-defining interaction through the power of immersive tech
We believe that behind every idea is a world of potential just waiting to be explored. And we make that happen through the collective power of AR, VR and MR.Contact Us
When TILTLABS was founded in 2014, little did we know how far we would come. With the support and mentorship of late industry veteran Mr. Sasikumar Sehker, we set out to re-imagine and redefine the possibilities of AR, VR and MR.
My passion for transformation can perhaps be traced to my childhood. I was always curious and interested in how things function. This, in turn, put me on a journey of more than 12 years, picking up knowledge on software development. Along the way, it sparked an interest in the world of immersive technologies for web, mobile and cloud domains. It wasn’t long before Virtual and Augmented Reality, Block Chain, AI and IOT technologies became my calling.
This thirst for learning led me to set up TILTLABS; and each and every day, I am thankful for the opportunity to do what I love—solving problems and changing the world one idea at a time. Each step I take is to bridge the gap between businesses and immersive media and tech. I feel few sectors offer as much excitement and potential as this.
At this stage, I am also thankful to our chairman, Mr. P Jayakumar whose rich experience, strategic acumen and strong leadership have been instrumental in bringing TILTLABS such a long way.
This is only the beginning. Here’s to transforming the future together.
Rafi is an experienced Operations Manager, with an acute skill in handling software development teams, something he has done astutely at leading MNCs prior to joining TILTLABS.
A team player, Rafi has the innate ability to bring people together to identify the needs of the organization and find solutions collectively. His experience, coupled with his ability to see the big picture, makes him a key addition to the team. It allows him to analyze every situation in a holistic manner and make decisions that benefit the whole company rather than a single unit.