EnChroma is a Berkeley, California company that emerged out of an NIH SBIR grant designed to study the feasibility of enhancing color vision in humans, particularly the color blind. Comprised of researchers, engineers and tech experts along with an advisory board of world renowned vision scientists, EnChroma hopes to impact the lives of the estimated 300 million people worldwide who have color vision deficiency and everyone desiring Better Color Vision ™. EnChroma is dedicated to developing a robust line of innovative eyewear products with cutting-edge optical technology for men, women and children. enchroma.com
Tony Dykes received his J.D. from the New York University School of Law, 2005. He has served as Vice President of Business Development Ortholan LLC, Startup Corporate Counsel at The Growth Law Firm, and was an Associate at Fenwick and West LLP where he specialized in corporate law and IP litigation.
Director, West Coast Sales
Lynn has been in sales and sales management representing national and international optical companies for 30 years. Subsequent to the sales experience, Lynn started her own company identifying trends and developing sunglass collections with Fashion Designers. Lynn’s sunglass designs have been featured in People, In Style, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, In Style, the LA Times and WWD.
Don McPherson, Ph.D.
Don McPherson received the Ph.D. in Glass Science from Alfred University, 1988. He has also served as President of Bay Glass Research, Inc., V.P. R&D Vetrazzo, Inc., Founder & CEO Counter Production, LLC. Dr. McPherson is the recipient of 5 NEI, NIH and National Cancer Institute grants, author of 6 patents, and 14 scientific papers.
Andrew Schmeder has a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley 2002. His expertise includes applied mathematical modeling and optimization, electronic design and fabrication, software automation, and perceptual psychophysics. He has also served as Programmer/Analyst with the Research Group at the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT), and with the Hafter Auditory Perception Lab, U.C. Berkeley. He has co-authored one US and international patent and 19 technical publications, appearing at conferences worldwide.