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Rich LeGrand has been playing with robots and embedded systems for 25 years. He started Charmed Labs in 2002 with the goal of “bringing advanced technologies to new audiences by making the technologies easy to use and affordable. And to have fun in the process.” (That's Pixy!)
Scott Robinson started working on Pixy as a graduate student at CMU. His focus has typically been in embedded systems, AI, and computer vision, which is why the CMUcam has been such a great fit for him. He's now working at Sandia National Laboratories as an R&D Engineer and is continuing to provide frequent updates to the CMUcam project. You can check out his blog at stackabuse.com
Anthony Rowe is a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University who has worked in the area of embedded systems for more than a decade His group at CMU studies the design of next generation connected sensing and control systems. Part of this work included earlier versions of the CMUcam, which we hope to take to the next level through this project.