About Us
Quest Visual is based in San Francisco, CA and was founded in 2009 to leverage the increasingly powerful computer vision capabilities of mobile devices. Our primary product, Word Lens, expands the utility of smartphones to include camera-based language translation.
Otavio Good
Prior to starting Quest Visual, Otavio attended the University of Maryland, College Park and co-founded Secret Level, a video game company acquired by Sega in 2006. More recently, he led the team, "All Your Shreds Are Belong To U.S.," that won DARPA's Shredder Challenge, and was awarded the 2011 World Technology Award for his work on Word Lens.
John DeWeese
John works on several aspects of Word Lens including iOS development and translation support. Previously, he worked on animation and physics for Spore at Electronic Arts, and built army training simulators using virtual reality hardware at USC. He holds degrees in computer science from the University of Virginia and the University of Southern California.
Bryan Lin
Bryan leads our Android development efforts. Before joining Quest Visual, he worked as a software developer at Lockheed Martin. Bryan has degrees in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley and aeronautics & astronautics from Stanford University.
Eric Park
Eric splits his time between business development and working on language translation software. He was previously a robotics engineer at NASA where he built planetary exploration robots for the Moon and Mars. His last project involved launching an Android smartphone into space. Eric received his degrees in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University.