DRI Systems LLC
Reveal Optical LLC.
Mr. Marino has more than 20 years of experience in electronic hardware management, development and production including project scheduling, roadmap development, pricing, product positioning, forecasting, sales support, branding and customer support. Before starting DRI, Mr. Marino served was the Optics Business Manager for HP Storage where he was responsible for the product life cycle of a $100M product line. Mr. Marino has also been a senior Program Manager for Hewlett-Packard’s Storage Division.
Mr. Aguren has more than thirty years of experience leading and developing new technologies across a broad range of industries. Prior to starting DRI, Mr. Aguren served as the Chief Technologist of Optics across Hewlett-Packard’s Enterprise Servers, Storage, and Network Divisions. Prior to Hewlett-Packard, Mr. Aguren was one of the Founders of ATL, a tape library manufacturer that went IPO and was eventually sold to Quantum for $300M. Mr. Aguren started his career at Odetics’ Advanced Intelligent Machines division developing advanced robotic systems for the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, and NASA. He holds many invention disclosures and patents in robotics and optics as well as patents pending for head-mounted display technology.
Mr. Aguren received both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and the California State University at Fullerton respectively.
Reveal Optical, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of DRI Systems LLC.
Dr. Cross is an ophthalmologist and founder of Warren Cross and Associates, The Laser Vision Center, and Cross Eye Centers. Dr. Cross started the Laser Eye Institute of Houston. He was also involved in FDA studies of the Excimer laser for the surgical correction of myopia and hyperopia, the Holmium laser for glaucoma treatment, and numerous FDA drug studies. He designed and opened the 1st outpatient center in Texas and was co-founder of Foundation Surgery Affiliates in Houston (publicly traded). Dr. Cross proposed the idea for using virtual reality display technology to help his vision impaired patients, which prompted the development of the VUE.