Peter Chou Named Chairman Of Digital Domain's Parent Company
September 15, 2015

Peter Chou Named Chairman Of Digital Domain's Parent Company

LOS ANGELES – Peter Chou has been named chairman of the board of directors of Digital Domain Holdings Limited (DDHL), the parent company of the Academy Award-winning Hollywood digital production studio Digital Domain 3.0 Group. Chou co-founded HTC Corporation in 1997 and served as its CEO. Most recently, he held the title of head of future development, where he has been spearheading technology development, including HTC’s new VR platform, Vive. 
Digital Domain has created visual effects for Iron Man, Transformers, X-Men, Titanic, Her and Tron: Legacy. Daniel Seah continues on in his role as CEO/executive director of DDHL.

“We are thrilled that a person with Peter’s history of innovation and cutting edge thinking will be joining the DDHL family,” says Daniel Seah. “He is a pioneer in the technology industry and as we continue to expand our interests in VR, immersive experiences and new technology, he is the perfect person to help lead DDHL’s exciting future.”

“It is an exciting time at DDHL,” adds Chou.  “With over two decades of innovation and award-winning artistry at Digital Domain, they have been a leader in the media industry. We look to leverage this outstanding creativity and leadership and take DDHL into the next era of immersive entertainment.”