Michal Tuszynski

Michal Tuszynski is a small California business entrepreneur. He recently graduated from California State University, San Jose with a bachelor degree in business. Michal is responsible for outreach, agreements, and contracts.

Jacek Tuszynski

Jacek Tuszynski is a software developer. Originally from California, he moved to his ranch on the Polish/Czech border two years ago. He worked at JPL/NASA for 15 years developing spacecraft health monitoring software and science data processing software. He developed the computer hardware and software to drive the Imaging3 DVIS device. He optimized the super computer transform algorithms to function within the allotted 1 second timeframe. He worked with Critech to successfully certify the driver software for the DVIS device by a third party in preparation for FDA approval. He graduated from California State University, Northridge with a master degree in computer science. A chief technology officer once complemented Jacek and said, "he has a good sense of what needs to get done and how to go about doing it". Jacek is responsible for the computer hardware and software aspects of the ground data system and onboard portion of the Single Safe Scan device.

Kuba Dolinski

Kuba Dolinski worked at AlphaRob as a robotics engineer. He recently graduated from Silesian University of Technology with a master degree in automation and robotics engineering. Kuba is responsible for the motion control software of the Single Safe Scan device.

Greg Klos

Greg Klos worked for an outfit that ran 21 the movie types of operations. He analyzed and found errors in Las Vegas casino games. He graduated from University of California, Los Angeles with a bachelor degree in math with a 3.98 GPA and highest honors. Greg identified the cause of an unwanted effect of the Imaging3 DVIS when asked to help many years ago. If a partner will want to develop the continuous scan version of the machine Greg will be needed to figure out which shortcuts we can take. To run faster in continuous scan mode changes may need to be made which may affect results which are important to humans but maybe not so much or at all to machines. If for example a partner will want to use the machine to inspect 10 fruits per second for punctures or holes in 3D on an agricultural assembly line we will need Greg to tell us if and how the changes we make to the textbook algorithm affects the dynamics of the 3D model produced.