Stefano Corazza

Stefano Corazza is a Fellow and Vice President at Adobe, where he works as the Head of Augmented Reality and Adobe Aero. He is also the founder/CEO of Mixamo (Aquired by Adobe). Corazza is also an Angel Investor and startup advisor.

The mastermind behind Adobe Mixamo's advanced technology, Stefano Corazza applied his experience from the University of Padua Human Movement Lab and the Stanford University Biomotion Lab to develop effective mathematical and machine learning solutions that support

Mixamo.

Prior to Mixamo, Corazza was a research associate at the Stanford University Biomotion Lab until 2008 where he developed markerless motion capture technology. He additionally is the CTO and co-founder of dublit.com, a Web 2.0 site for short-form literature based in San Francisco; and co-founded and served on the board for Memory SRL, an enterprise software company based in Italy.

 

A true Renaissance man active within the domain of large scale kinetic and new media art, Corazza

holds a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Padua, a master of design from the University of Florence, a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, and a Ph.D. in bioengineering and computer vision from the University of Padua, part of which was completed at Stanford University.

 

He founded Mixamo and sold to Adobe. He is also a successful angel investor with the early investments of Matterport (Pre-IPO), Allegrothmic (Acquired by Adobe), Artomatix (Acquired by Unity), and Evertoon (Acquired by Niantic).