Luis Zanforlin is a virtual reality engineer and contemporary orchestral music composer.
He currently works as a research associate and VR developer at MIT where he creates new media experiences and contributes in teaching virtual reality and immersive media. In 2019 he developed Qubit Arcade, a quantum computing VR learning experience and interface at MIT Open Learning which led him to co-found Maku XR, an experimental media studio. In 2021 he received a grant from NCSOFT in collaboration with MIT.nano and MIT RLE to continue development in Qubit Arcade. He is also the creator of locus, a spatial music notation symbol used by spatial and contemporary music composers.
He holds diplomas in Film Production and Design from Vancouver Film School and a BA in Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music.