Joshua brings eight years of experience delivering cutting-edge software and system designs. He is an author on six issued patents. He has copious experience with application and embedded computer graphics and image processing. He designed PerspectaRAD, a 3-D radiation treatment planning application that was awarded top "Display Application of the Year" by the Society of Information Display. Joshua was recognized as one of the top 35 young innovators of 2006, by Technology Review Magazine, magazine for his work on 3-D displays.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics in 2000 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At MIT, he served as president of the Aerial Robotics Club, helping to develop a vision system and autonomous control for a helicopter. During his coursework, he helped to develop a real-time, dynamic ray tracer and invented a new method for determining conservative visibility information in a set of spline surfaces. Joshua is a member of ACM SIGGRAPH.
Joshua first learned to program at the age of six. His allowance was insufficient to afford software for his Atari 800XL, so he took matters into his own hands and learned to program games using the built-in Basic interpreter and 6502 assembly language. Joshua comes from a family of fine artists. His family's artistic background shows through in his work as an emphasis on visual computing.