Megan is a product of Texas A&M University, where with the help of many good friends and teachers, earned a Master's degree in video game design. Her interest in artificial intelligence, interactive storytelling, and fluid dynamics simulations led her to Bouncing Pixel. Now she fills her day building games in Flash and ActionScript.
Megan is a committed, active member of Civil Air Patrol, or CAP for short, an auxiliary to the U.S. Air Force. She spent most of her free time and money so she could one day fly airplanes for them. The joke that CAP stands for "Come And Pay" is something Megan learned the hard way.
One day she hopes to become a mad scientist and build a secret underground base guarded by robot dragon minions to survive the zombie apocalypse. For now, she is content using millions of colors to make interactive clouds, rainbows, and birds. Ugh, rainbows...
Wasula landed in Houston after a long journey from his birthplace in Sri Lanka. That journey got sidetracked a little by a college stint in the heart of Kentucky Wildcat country. There's nothing like a jug of moonshine and a winning college basketball program to make someone want to stay in the good old U. S. of A.
Wasula's computer science degree came in handy right away at Bouncing Pixel. There was a lot of programming to be done and some very high expectations. Bouncing Pixel keeps him content with the finest coffee to be had and some very smart co-workers.
When he is allowed to leave the office, Wasula enjoys playing volleyball, enjoying the outdoors, and becoming a real Texan. He wants everyone to know that Jerald is an awesome boss and that he wasn't threatened to be fired for thinking otherwise.
Bill is a mindful enthusiast of coffee, cycling and meditation. He tends to get slightly emotional every time he sees Apollo mission footage (and Tom Hanks in a space capsule). Bill would gladly eat Vietnamese food six days a week. He generally chooses sushi on his day of rest.
Bill joined Bouncing Pixel after a mid-career change of professions, moving from the video production world to that of computer programming. He got to keep the headphones, though his continued need for them is questionable.
Though Bill claims that Steve Wozniak is one his big heroes, his desktop background reminds everyone that Steve Jobs is the biggest. This is not entirely understood by his PC-loving co-workers. Above all, Bill embraces the words "think different."
Edward Lai started his computer animation career in Taipei, Taiwan as a keyframe animator and inbetweener. After finishing a four-minute stylized animated music video project, he enrolled at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where he earned his Masters of Fine Arts degree. Inspired by the cinematic art in the movie Blade Runner, he decided to specialize in lighting and textures in computer graphics.
Edward is a dedicated artist who has worked his magic with our team even before Bouncing Pixel was a company. When not working, he uses his free time taking pictures and to watching films in his desperate quest to understand how lighting really works. His co-workers point to light bulbs, show him electrical switches, and even gave him a flashlight. But, Edward will not be deterred. To this very day, he continues on his mission to unravel the mysteries of the universe.