One VR simulation at a time

For decades, education has relied on traditional teaching methods to deliver curriculum to students. These lessons often overlooked individuals with different learning abilities and needs.

With new technologies emerging, we saw the opportunity to create a new form of training – one that would excite and entice students to want to learn.

At UP360, we believe learning should be immersive, interactive, and entertaining. Growing up on Bill Nye and the Magic School Bus, we dreamed of a day where we could transport to other worlds and dimensions to learn.

That day has officially arrived.

Gaming & storytelling live at our core

We’re a team of game developers, storytellers, artists, and technologists dedicated to pushing the boundaries of learning and virtual reality.

We leverage user insights and industry best practices from game design, education, and storytelling to create immersive experiences that keep students engaged.

Our Senior Team

Harrison Olajos
Harrison Olajos, Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Mazza
Matthew Mazza, Chief Technology Officer
John Brimmer
John Brimmer, Chief Financial Officer
Josh Atwell
Josh Atwell, Chief Operations Officer
Jana Hafez
Jana Hafez, Art Director
UP360 Team

Interested in joining our team?

We’re always looking for new and innovative people to join our team. Check out the open roles we have available below:
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The latest and greatest updates from the world of education and technology

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St. Lawrence College (SLC) has expanded and improved its Virtual Reality (VR) micro-credential offerings through a partnership with UP360, providers of specialized VR training. The school explains that these improvements were made possible with funding received through the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) Ontario's Virtual Learning Strategy.