Philadelphia-based Perfect Prototype has forged an integrated team over the past fourteen years of keenly visual and highly skilled, interactive specialists. With the combination of exceptional talents and a focus on user experience, Perfect Prototype successfully converts client ambitions into engaging stories told through powerfully simple technology.
|MATT BROWNING, CEO|
|Matt turned his Carnegie-Mellon University studies in art and computer science into an impressive career of animating and programming interactive content. His work for Microsoft’s Encarta Encyclopedia and the Africana Encyclopedia of Black History twice earned him Communication Arts Magazine Interactive Design Annual awards, and his innovative development of an Internet-driven haptic arm-wrestling device generated significant international media attention. His fascination with augmented reality drove him to perfect an approach that has made the firm an innovator in this burgeoning technology.|
|Luis is a software engineer who has helped multiple high-end creative agencies and startups turn their concepts and ideas into reality for over 15 years. His passion for creating with code and experimenting with new technologies, as well as his experience in illustration, have been applied in a wide variety of industries, from e-commerce and mobile applications to interactive games and VR experiences.|
|After receiving his undergraduate degree in animation from the University of the Arts, Geoff worked for the MIT Media Lab creating animation for research into artificial intelligence and robotics. Since then, he has worked on a wide variety of projects including augmented reality exhibits, character-based narratives, and medical visualizations for clients as diverse as Google, Target, Hermès, Hasbro, Novartis, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
He was the founder and coordinator of Jefferson (formerly Philadelphia) University’s Animation program, as well as the inaugural faculty for Moore College of Art & Design’s Interactive and Motion Arts program. He is now Senior Lecturer at the University of the Arts. As an Autodesk Certified Trainer, he has led professional Maya workshops for corporate, government, and higher education clients such as the Apple, Inc. Design Group and the Art Institutes.
|Mike has spent over 15 years developing and programming multimedia for a multitude of clients’ exhibits worldwide. His blend of technical expertise – he’s a Drexel engineering alumnus – and creativity has produced talking kangaroos, interactive games, and an array of augmented reality experiences.|
|Simeon has honed his expertise over more than a decade as an interactive developer and 3D programmer on wide-ranging projects for such high-profile companies as BBC, Lego, Motorola, Unisys, and Virgin Atlantic. His advanced knowledge of animation attracted the attention of Macromedia, where he serves as a consultant on future developments. He has a passion for creating exciting, user-friendly applications with a keen eye for detail and clarity.|
|Lindsey has produced motion graphics and 3D animation for such diverse clients as F.A. Davis, Universal Display Corporation, and the American Anti-Vivisection Society. She graduated from Philadelphia (Jefferson) University with a degree in Digital Design. Her studies in drawing, photography, and illustration give her an unusual and integrated perspective on client projects.|
|Richard has had a long career split into consulting with Fortune 500 companies on strategic issues and directing branding and messaging programs for global corporations. He was an early adopter of web technologies, which he has translated into corporate and marketing websites, learning portals, and interactive exhibits. Richard holds a Master’s degree in Communication, and has broad and deep background in a range of businesses.|
New York Hall of Science
Haptic arm-wrestling across the internet
Pittsburgh Penguins Stadium Interactives
Creating intuitive ways to preserve the excitement of Penguins fans
University of Michigan Athletics
Massive multi-touch video walls and an interactive Kids Zone
Chicago Museum of Science and Industry
Play multiple games by holding an augmented reality brain in your hands
Augmented Reality : The Heart
Explore the four stages of a beating heart while holding it in your hands