Vander Caballero is an established leader of Canadian video game innovation. As the Creative Director at Electronic Arts (EA), Vander helped build and lead the teams that created iconic titles like Army of Two and FIFA. Before working in the gaming industry, he completed studies in industrial design and had already worked on a virtual reality ride for the Oceania Project (which had a major exhibition at Expo ’98 in Lisbon). Vander later joined Daniel Langlois (Softimage) in a startup that applied VR to architecture where he developed multiple projects using head-mounted displays (HMDs), gyroscopes, and real-time motion capture, as well as creating virtual environments for world-class architects. In 2010 he founded Minority Media, where he continues to innovate game culture and develop the next generation of VR technology and entertainment.