The promise of virtual reality has excited us for decades. VR provides the ultimate level of immersion, creating a sense of physical presence in real or imagined worlds. VR accomplishes this by placing high emphasis on the 3 pillars of immersion—visual quality, sound quality, and intuitive interaction—to stimulate our human senses with realistic feedback. Making this happen seamlessly in a mobile wearable device is not easy, but Qualcomm Technologies is making it possible today through leading mobile technologies.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • The unprecedented experiences and unlimited possibilities that VR will offer
  • Why the time is right for VR and how the ecosystem is aligning to make it happen
  • The extreme requirements for creating truly immersive VR experiences on mobile devices
  • Why Qualcomm Technologies is uniquely positioned to lead in VR, and how Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor will meet the extreme VR requirements

Who should attend?

OEMs, developers, independent software vendors, independent hardware vendors, engineers, product managers, industry analysts, and bloggers that are interested in VR.


Tim Leland, VP of Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Tim Leland serves as a vice president of product management in the Snapdragon application processor management team of Qualcomm Technologies Inc., located in San Diego, California. His current business and technology management responsibilities include product definition, planning, and partnerships for Qualcomm’s Adreno family of visual processing subsystems for 3D graphics, video, display, and touch controller processing, as well as Qualcomm’s Spectra camera ISP and associated Snapdragon software for computer vision, virtual reality, gaming, and a variety of development tools. Tim joined Qualcomm in 2007.

Paul Torres, Sr. Director of Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Paul Torres is a Sr. director of product management for the Application Processors group as part of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI). His current responsibilities include system hardware and emerging technologies. Torres joined Qualcomm in September 2006 as a video product manager and has since increased his responsibilities to include application processor system hardware and emerging technologies. In his current role, Torres oversees audio, voice, memory, I/O and emerging technologies. Prior to joining Qualcomm, Torres served as a director of product planning at Gateway Computers in San Diego, California. Torres has a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California Santa Barbara and a master of business administration from San Diego State University.

Pat Lawlor, Sr. Manager of Technical Marketing, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Pat Lawlor is a Sr. Manager in the Corporate Technical Marketing group at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., where he is focused on messaging and content creation around mobile computing, including topics such as heterogeneous computing and virtual reality. Prior to joining Qualcomm, Pat held various business roles at tech companies, such as product management at NVIDIA and product marketing at Sun Microsystems. Prior to business school, he worked as an ASIC design engineer at NVIDIA and a startup called MediaQ, designing low-power chips for mobile devices. Pat holds a BS in electrical engineering and computer science from UC Berkeley and a MBA from UCLA Anderson.