Josh has a PhD in math and has worked for the last decade doing data science and building AI and computer vision projects. He has been programming since he was 7. In college he and Lucas were part of a team that twice went to the world finals of the International Collegiate Programming Contest. He helped develop the core algorithms for EliteForm and Ocuvera. He has done computer vision consulting work for half a dozen other projects. For fun, he makes zombies at MakeMeAZombie.com
Lucas also has a PhD in math. He was a mathematics professor before switching to working in industry. He loves hard puzzles, problem solving, clean energy, and home improvement. He has worked on many computer vision projects, including: patient fall risk reduction, body scanning, automated customized brace manufacturing, airline dashboard replication, virtual physical therapy, and weight lifting rep tracking. At Ocuvera, he heads up grant-related activities by coordinating, organizing, communicating, and other useful synonyms.
Nate started tinkering with computers and software back in elementary school culminating in an epic GeoCities site with plenty of midi loops and gifs. Since then, he’s learned how to write code from the best of them from his time in the Raikes School at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, helping start EliteForm while at Nebraska Global, helping grow Travefy, and co-founding JetHop. Aside from trying to bike every day and struggling to understand quantum computing concepts, he has been more focused recently on mobile development.