Ken Lee is the founder and CEO of VanGogh Imaging. Ken founded VanGogh to provide advanced 3D computer vision technology to allow applications to easily interact with the real-world. Prior to founding VanGogh, Ken was CEO and founder of Anka Systems, which developed the medical industry’s first web-based image management systems specifically for ophthalmology. Anka Systems was acquired by an ophthalmic instrument company named Topcon (division of Toshiba) in 2006. Before Anka Systems, Ken was CEO and founder of IgT, a successful venture-backed networking company which was acquired by PMC-Sierra in 1998. During his six years at IgT, it achieved strong revenue growth due primarily to the company’s introduction of the networking industry’s first voice-over-IP switching technology. Altogether, Ken has over 30 years of industry experience as an entrepreneur, technologist, and manager. Ken has a B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering/computer science from Johns H opkins University.