We are a diverse team with amazing experience and talents to match



Henry lane


Prior to founding Corvecto, Henry's experience spanned design and delivery of digital engagement for the world's top tier entertainment companies including Disney, DreamWorks and Sony.

He's a founding executive of EPIC Innovation, a collaborative ecosystem housing businesses within two IT Hubs on each coast of New Zealand involving partnership with Google, Cisco and multiple large NZ organisations.

Frequently engaged by TVNZ (New Zealand's primary broadcast network) as their Go-To expert for speaking on subjects involving Innovation and Technology, Henry also stands as a faculty member of Singularity University.


KEvin jackman


Applying his knowledge and experience of VR and AR Kevin is actively involved in product development from a technical perspective.

His background in software development spans over 25 years. A graduate in Computing for Industry from Northumbria University, Kevin has worked for 1Spatial, Tektronix and Trimble Navigation.

Kevin has lead teams and has worked on very large multi disciplinary projects.  He brings his deep knowledge of computer graphics and lean product development to his role as CTO.


Rodrigo Dias Takase

Lead Development

Rodrigo is a computer engineer and enthusiast for technology applied in education, training and health care.

He has 12 years of experience in game development and educational software, is a professor of 2 app development courses on Coursera.org and stood as the software development coordinator at Educational Technology Laboratory of Campinas University (one of the best universities in Brazil) for several years.

Rodrigo has spent time as a TEDx speaker in Switzerland, and received various accolades in the fields of entrepreneurship and educational software.


Kate Moir

Lead Quality Assurance

A graduate from the University of Otago where she received her Bachelor of Science majoring in Neuroscience, Kate leverages her years of experience operating in fields centered around inter-personal relationship skills and customer-facing positions from hospitality to retail environments to evaluate and analyze how users interact within Corvecto’s virtual environments.

Minimizing interface friction, streamlining user interactivity and capturing issues which could impact the quality of our developments, Kate ensures Corvecto’s clients receive the best possible virtual experiences for their organisations.