More Developers Onboard

Maarten Verwaest
January 1, 2012

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Limecraft welcomes Karel Braeckman, Wim Van Lancker and Simon Debacq to its core team of developers.
Karel holds a master in electronic engineering. He started his career at VRT-medialab, a research facility attached to public broadcasting. There he played a key role in the research and development of prototypes on innovative media workflows, managing media material and its associated metadata, and semantic metadata for smarter media search. Karel is to take the lead in application development.

Karel Braeckman

Wim holds a master in computer science. As a researcher at the Multimedia Lab at Ghent University he investigated format-independent media resource adaptation and delivery techniques. He participated in projects about video quality assessment, error concealment, content adaptation and delivery, multi-channel publication, in cooperation with companies like Alcatel-Lucent, VRT-medialab, Televic, Belgacom. Wim will take the lead in back end development.

Wim Van Lancker

As part of his final year curriculum of his Master training in Computer Science, Simon has started his internship at Limecraft. He will develop a script editor and a breakdown editor. The script editor should allow the user to write a script from scratch, respecting the Hollywood formatting standards. The breakdown editor should enable the user to assign elements from the script to industry standard breakdown categories. Both tools should be compatible with *Flow*.


With their employment, Limecraft has effectively tripled the number of employees on its payroll.