Iddris Sandu Net Worth

Iddris Sandu Net Worth

Iddris Sandu is a self-taught software engineer, technologist, and entrepreneur renowned for combining culture, entertainment, and technology. He has been featured in media outlets such as the New York Times, CNN, and CNBC and has spoken at NYU BSU, Hot 97 Radio station Hot 97 FM Hot 97FM Hot 97FM Summit Series as well as being featured in Pharrell fashion campaign as well as receiving 2019 Thiel Fellowship award. Additionally he founded Spatial Labs; an infrastructure hardware-software infrastructure company dedicated to developing technologies in AR, VR and AI space

Iddris Sandu is a young entrepreneur and one of the world’s most promising technologists. With an established social media presence on platforms like Facebook and Twitter, he regularly updates followers about Spatial Labs work while sharing inspirational quotes that motivate his followers.

He was born in Harbor City, California, and raised in Compton, Los Angeles. Instead of attending traditional college education he opted for internships and consulting projects with companies such as Uber, Snapchat, Instagram, Lockheed Martin and Twitter; creating apps and other software tools like Autonomous Collision Detection Interface which uses a vehicle camera to track driver hand motions and position.

His latest endeavor involves working alongside rapper Nipsey Hussle to launch The Marathon Store, the world’s first smart retail store experience. This store provides products ranging from clothing and accessories to music videos; services include drone-operated delivery systems as well as an in-store digital media platform; it has even received praise for its innovative use of technology. Situated in Downtown LA, The Marathon Store has won much acclaim from critics due to its groundbreaking use of technology.

Iddris has not only managed his business, but has also published a book on the future of technology and served as an active public speaker at numerous prestigious events and universities such as NYU and Summit Series as well as being interviewed on Hot 97 and ComplexCon radio shows and websites. Beyond Spatial Labs, Iddris also is actively involved with charitable organizations.

He serves on the board of directors of both Black Lives Matter Foundation and African American Leadership Forum as well as being on multiple advisory boards of startups and nonprofits, having previously held board membership at National Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. As well as his roles with these organizations, he serves as an adviser to the Black Enterprise Institute and founding trustee of iHumanity Foundation. Furthermore, he founded LNQ Generation One chip, which allows integration of blockchain technology into physical products – currently used by his company Spatial Labs to integrate blockchain technology. Spatial Labs recently raised a double-digit million-dollar seed round and sold more than 5,000 chips with partners like BitGo for integration.

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