Lead developer & co-founder at Imaginary Sense
Co founded Imaginary Sense, a software development workshop focused on developing web applications, IoT, and machine learning solutions. Javier is responsible for leading the development of Imaginary Teleprompter, the number one free software teleprompter for desktop computers, used by independent studios and content creators all over the world. In 2018, he developed two approaches for classifying camera shots according to subject distance, one approach is based on dynamic neural networks and the second on using a linear algebra matrix system. As a filmmaker, Javier specializes in sound and video post production. From 2013 through 2015, he lead the VFX production for the first puertorican film to use 3D virtual sets, “¡No al veneno!” (2016), accomplished on a budget using scripts he developed. He also edited award wining documentaries “Soberanía ≠ Seguridad” (2014) and “Lecturas de Arecibo” (2015), the first of which he also directed. Javier majored from “Mass Media Communications” in 2016 and from “Computer Science” in 2018, both times from the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo.