RJ MICAL


Those who deny the importance of computer games
deny the very reason that the worldwide web exists.


Strange RJ Mical
More magic entertainment coming soon...

You can say hello using this email address:
rj@mical.org



A History of Inventions

RJ Mical, at age 14, invented a tic-tac-toe game computer made of relays, flashlight bulbs and D batteries. It's a funny story; ask him sometime.
RJ's professional career started with arcade development at Williams Electronics and led to his role in the creation of the Amiga Computer.  He was co-inventor of the Atari Lynx handheld game system and the 3DO entertainment console, and he was responsible for software engineering at Red Jade for Ericsson.  Most recently RJ has been Chief Architect for the Fathammer mobile game engine, Anti-Spam Hero for BarracudaNetworks, VP of Technology for GlobalVR, and he worked on top-secret technology for Sony.  He has developed more than 15 video games, has 11 patents, designed 4 hardware platforms, architected 3 operating systems, has too many hobbies and is one swell guy!


For more details, click here to check out

RJ's Resume

RJ's Work History


Here's one just for you:

There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is
the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the
grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.


25 Random Things about Me

Wired article from GDC!

Movienight List

RJ Flying!

My Movie List

Big Space and Time Bubbles - Dark Energy Explained

Celestial Empire (a play-by-email game we host)

Number Phrase Puzzle

Burning Man 2010
Molly's Pics - Burning Man 2009
RJ at Burning Man 2006
RJ and Max at Burning Man 2005
RJ at Burning Man 2004
Burning Man 2003

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