Flowly’s mobile app is the VR version of Calm with a focus on reducing chronic pain for 100 million Americans. Flowly subscribers receive a $5 VR headset and Heart Rate sensor that collects a user's biometric data like HR and HRV, and converts it to visualizations in virtual experiences that reduce pain by 46%. Flowly is backed by the National Institutes of Health.
Narae Kim is a multi-award-winning art director, director and visual artist based in Los Angeles, originally from South Korea. Narae studied psychology and have MFA in design from CalArts. Her original works in Virtual Reality, animation, and large-scale interactive art have been shown at major art events, such as Festival de Cannes and Prague Quadrennial. She is a co-founder of Flowly: Relaxation Training, that offers relief to millions living with chronic illness and anxiety.
Julien is Cofounder & CTO at Flowly. He has a background in Electrical Engineering from Yale University where he focused on Systems & Controls as well as Digital Signal Processing. Previously, Julien worked at Hyperloop One on their Transponics team doing control algorithm design and monte carlo system stability analysis. Julien's interest in Engineering began with guitar building, honing his skills at Veillette Guitars.
Founder and CEO of Flowly. Principal Investigator on two phased clinical trials at UPMC and USC, backed by the NIH. Director and writer of Pippa’s Pan 盼, one of the world’s first immersive Virtual Reality hybrid live-action films (selected for 2017 Festival de Cannes VR, placed top three at VR/AR challenges at CES). Previously, in feature development at DreamWorks Animation. Grew up as a film/TV actor. Also the founder of the non-profit education-based organization: Zoom for Kids!