Founded in 1992, Image Space Incorporated (ISI) is a well respected software developer specializing in the fields of computer game development, “man-in-the-loop” simulator architectures, computer image generation, and entertainment systems integration.
ISI has a well established, and highly skilled development team, with both artists and programmers dedicated to the design and development of cost-effective, high quality software and computer products.
With experience in the latest hardware and software systems, ISI offers rapid time-to-market and real-time performance for a variety of gaming and simulation applications. A creative flair, robust technology, and in-depth knowledge of the gaming industry gives ISI the technical and creative edge required in today’s highly competitive market.
Gjon Camaj is a co-founder of Image Space Incorporated, and manages the day to day operations of the company.
Mr. Camaj is skilled in computer simulation and graphics. He specializes in the creation of virtual data bases and the design and development of entertainment software.
Prior to co-founding ISI, he was involved for many years in different areas of the simulation business. His experience includes the design and development of real-time embedded avionics software, Instructor/Operator stations for aircraft simulators, and visual data bases for driving simulators.
He has an advanced object-oriented programming background, and has used a wide variety of hardware platforms. He has written a number of papers on these subjects.
Gjon Camaj earned his engineering bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and a Master’s degree from Wayne State University.
Joseph Campana is a co-founder of Image Space Incorporated, and supervises the software and technology development. Mr. Campana is skilled in software and computer system design, and specializes in real-time image generation and multi-CPU communications.
Past work experience includes the design and development of modular avionics test software, 3-D image generation software, dissimilar operating systems integration, training system control executives, and man-in-the-loop simulators. He was the leader of the TT150Project for FAAC, Inc. developing a new generation of driving simulator.
His combined knowledge and skill with computer hardware and software applications allowed him to develop the full breadth of the simulator, beginning with The Cube.
Joseph Campana earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Michigan State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton.
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