TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, January 20, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who announces the addition of Paul M. Sykes to the ranks of individual professionals as a result of his work in the field of sound technology. As President of VR3D MUSIC as well as throughout his entire professional experience, Paul has constantly demonstrated the necessary skills and attributes to be considered among the best.
VR3DMUSIC was established by Paul Sykes as an international developer of sound and MUSIC technology. Their past associates include the Fairchild Space and Defense Systems, Motorola, Honeywell, IBM. Paul intends to expand the business and extend his global reach to China and India. Adding science to the art of sound like creating the very DNA of Sound Paul Sykes has also sent his finger print to the Moon on The Apollo 11, 1969.
Paul Sykes has a track record of impressive achievements, with extensive experience in music technology research he is a music composer and arranger and has contributed to the development of various devices. As an inventor and a member of the test team at Fairchild Space and Defense Systems, which built and tested the first panoramic camera for Apollo 11, Paul Sykes at an early age experimented extensively in his garage and was destined for the field of audio. Throughout his occupational career Paul is credited with having invented hologram music, virtual reality 3D music, music re-mastering applications, and much more. He is passionate about consumer music electronics.
Drawing from an Engineering Degree and an Advanced Mathematics Degree from the RCA Institute along with over four decades of experience, Paul now runs a successful business. Additionally, he is affiliated with various societies and associations including Video Gaming Industry Executives, United States Business and Professional Network, Telecom and Mobile VAS Professionals Worldwide.
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