Leadership

Our team has experience in military operations, augmented reality hardware and software and user interaction techniques.  


Jake Bullock

Founder & CEO

Jake served 8 years as a Navy SEAL. During that time he deployed 4 times to Iraq and Afghanistan where his team primarily focused on counter-insurgency operations. Following his time in the SEALs, Jake earned his Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Columbia University. While there he conducted research on novel user-interaction techniques for augmented reality for soldiers in Professor Steve Feiner’s Computer Graphics and User Interfaces lab. Ravn was born from his experience.


Karl Guttag

Chief Science Officer

Karl Guttag has 41 years of experience in the areas of display devices and systems including Heads Up Displays (HUD) and Near-Eye Display (AR and VR), Graphics and Image Processors, Digital Signal Processing (DSP), memory architecture (Graphics DRAM and SDRAM), CPU architecture, and consumer video devices. He is well known for his influential blog KGOnTech (www.kguttag.com) which covers AR headsets, pico-projection displays and optics. Karl has acted as a technical consultant on display systems and worked as a technical expert on patent litigation. He has been CTO of 3 startups including Navdy, Syndiant and Silicon Display. Karl began his career at Texas Instruments and became the youngest TI Fellow in the history of the company. He is a named inventor on 150 issued U.S. Patents. Billions of dollars of revenue have been attributed to products using these inventions.


Paul Michalczuk

Vice President of Hardware

Paul has over 15 years of experience in product design and engineering in various industries including medical, industrial, government, and consumer electronics. Using his product design expertise he has worked with companies to help bring over 30 products from concept to volume production. Paul has designed products for multiple government entities including the Department of Energy and the CIA.  He received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and minor in Materials Science in 2003 from Kettering University in Flint, MI. He is an avid tinkerer, has a passion for electronics and engineering, and enjoys amateur radio.


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Interested in solving some of the world’s most challenging problems? Have a skill set or a diverse perspective you think would be valuable? We want to hear from you!

Interested in solving some of the world’s most challenging problems? Have a skill set or a diverse perspective you think would be valuable? We want to hear from you!

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