Future Perfect Machine explores innovative technologies that benefit individuals, communities and society. Focus areas include geospatial technologies such as virtual and augmented reality.
Recent efforts focus on increasing the awareness of Virtual Reality as a platform for education, the creative arts, eSports and social interaction.
Our team is a collective of smart and fun people with strong creative, technical, business and educational skills. While our heart is in San Francisco, CA, our presence and perspectives are global.
Paul Dravis has been involved in many facets of the information technology industry working with organizations such as World Bank, JP Morgan, Microsoft, SAP, Government of Jordan, and New York University. A solo bicycle ride across the U.S. is one of many journeys that shape his thinking as he travels near his home in San Francisco and around the world.
Katya Warner focuses on building cultural awareness and sustainable industrial design. She has been influenced by the “cradle to cradle” design process working with the McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC) team, researching the culture of Colombia’s Kogi" Indians and developing the EcoTu organic product line. She spends time in Bogota and Cartagena, Colombia, with visits to San Francisco and other global locations.