Vishwa Srivastava has been involved in the field of robotic assisted surgery since 2008. He completed his premedical courses at Columbia University in New York City and is presently in the process of completing his medical degree. In 2009, while working as the Director of Digital Media and Technology at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta, Vishwa was the first person in the field to develop a high definition teaching website for robotic cardiac surgery. The goal was to assist in cardiothoracic surgeons lessening their respective learning curves through didactic training modules as they transitioned from conventional approaches to minimally invasive robotic approaches. Soon after, he began his research in the concept of tele-mentoring in surgical procedures. In 2011, while working as the VP of Marketing and Technology at the International Centre for Robotic Surgery in New Delhi, Vishwa led the development of the OMNI 3D Medical Visualization system. The 2013-2014 clinical trials for the OMNI system were conducted at Shanghai Ruijin Hospital, Medanta Hospital in New Delhi, the University of Chicago, Temple University in Philadelphia and Lennox Hill Hospital in New York City. Vishwa presently serves as the President of OMNI 3D HD and is advancing the existing technological platform for availability in the global surgical endoscopic marketplace.