Steve Perlman, OnLive founder, president & CEO, is an entrepreneur and inventor devoted to pioneering Internet, entertainment, multimedia, consumer electronics and communications technologies and services. Best known for the development of QuickTime®, WebTV® and Mova® Contour® facial capture technologies, he has over 30 years of technology development experience, 19 years of start-up experience and a track record of bringing media-rich products and services quickly to market. In addition to having founded and operated multiple startup companies, Steve has been a Microsoft division president and a principal scientist at Apple Computer.
Steve's technology work is built into all iPhones, video iPods, Macs and most PCs, and has been deployed by DirecTV, Dish, Comcast, Time Warner, Charter and Adelphia cable TV and satellite TV networks. Consumer products incorporating Steve's work have also been retailed by Sony, Philips, RCA, Panasonic, Mitsubishi, Samsung, Fujitsu, Motorola, Scientific Atlanta, Sega and Nintendo.
Steve's recently patented facial motion capture technology, Mova Contour, was used for the production of the Academy Award®-winning photoreal computer-generated face of Brad Pitt in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (2008), and of Edward Norton and Tim Roth in "The Incredible Hulk" (2008).
Steve holds over 100 US patents, and has more than 100 additional patents pending.
|Feb 25, 2016||Ars Technica - Deadpool face-animation tech now embroiled in Hollywood legal battle|
|Feb 22, 2016||Wired News - Facebook Will Open Source Wireless Gear to Forge a 5G World|
|Feb 3, 2016||Beta Boston - Starry joins a wave of wireless startups targeting Internet monopolies|
|Nov 2, 2015||The Verge - Nokia Networks will test super-fast ‘bubbles’ of connectivity in stadiums and public places|
|Nov 2, 2015||Wired News - Legendary Inventor Inks Deal to Test ‘Personal’ Cell Networks|
|Nov 2, 2015||IEEE Spectrum - Steve Perlman: Nokia Deal Legitimizes Artemis’ pCell Technology|
|Nov 2, 2015||Gizmodo - Nokia Networks Will Test the pCell Tech that Promises Faster Cellular Data|
|Nov 2, 2015||Tech Times - Nokia To Test Artemis' pCell Technology For Boosting Wireless Capacity|