He gave a presentation today on Brainstorm. A live virtual 3D set which can interact seamlessly with live presenters.
Here is a link to his personal website, which gives an excellent overview the evolution of the technology and his work within it.
We are hoping to be able to get him into school to work with student in the future again and help us develop our animation and 3D design skills.
He has also said that he can link us into a free demo copy of Brainstorm and Cinema 4D, which students can download and explore.