Software For Animators
UNOMi software helps animators efficiently create content.
Its patent-pending software automates the challenging tasks of animation production, and enables creators to save time and money.
According to Research and Markets, the animation industry is expected to reach $270 billion this year. This industry’s growth has captured the attention of professional investors. Venture capitalists have invested at least $3 billion into the animated content industry every year since 2015, including a record $7.5 billion in 2018.
UNOMi’s initial product, released in September 2019, is a 2D/3D lip-syncing application that enables creators to automatically sync animated mouth poses to voice-over recordings.
The company is now creating several additional pieces of software, including a motion capture platform and an avatar builder.
In addition to his role with UNOMi, Obi is a co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Pixel Pirate Studio. This production company develops animated content and mobile games for brands.
Prior to that, he was Founder and CEO of Nito, a content branding startup that was acquired by AOL in 2016.
Throughout his career, Obi has worked in the media and entertainment industries, developing multimedia campaigns for clients including Spike TV, Nickelodeon, and BET.
He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Georgia State University.
Arama joined UNOMi in 2018 as the company’s Lead Software Engineer.
Before that, she was a solutions architect for OpenX, an advertising technology company. In addition, she gained five years of experience in the software consulting business by working for technology companies.
Arama earned a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Illinois.