Peter Jones CEO of Scallop Imaging, a division of Tenebraex is leading the effort to bring Digital Window distributing imaging systems to market. Peter began his career as an award winning commercial photographer,which led to devloping technology for Polaroid, U.S. and Nato Military
Peter Jones began his career as an award winning commercial photographer, working worldwide for major corporate clients. During this time, he and a partner invented an architectural model camera that Polaroid licensed and put into production. In 1993, Peter co-founded Tenebraex Corporation, with the core technology invention of a method masking reflections from military optics. Tenebraex’ ARD (Anti-Reflection Devices) are used extensively by U.S. and NATO military.
Other technologies developed and put in production include xLume (which allows a headlight lens to look like a solid, opaque surface when the light is off, but function normally when on), which was licensed by Philips Lighting, ColorPath (a method of creating a full-color imager from standard, green, night vision tubes), and eyePilot software to help color-blind computer users.
As CEO of Scallop Imaging, a division of Tenebraex, Peter is leading the effort to bring Digital Window distributing imaging systems to market.
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