Michael Agronin is the Director of Research and Development at Direct Dimensions, Inc.
Agronin has worked for Direct Dimensions for 11 years, prior to which he developed new products for Stanley Black & Decker, a digital printer for the packaging industry and spacecraft pointing systems for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Agronin has been on a mission to automate Direct Dimensions' 3D scanning systems,
including the ShapeShot 3D Photo Booth; AsWeAre, a photogrammetry-based interactive sculpture in Columbus Ohio; mission-critical inspection systems for the Navy; and a high-speed small part scanning system for the Defense Logistics Agency.
In his spare time, Agronin teaches undergraduates at Johns Hopkins University.
Agronin has degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Texa, and Loyola University in Maryland.