Ian Langworth is the co-founder and CTO of Artillery, which aims to bring console-quality games to the browser using HTML5, WebGL, and other cutting-edge browser technology. Prior to Artillery, he was the first engineering hire at Redbeacon (acquired by The Home Depot in 2012), and before that he was a software engineer at Google. He is the co-author of Perl Testing: A Developer's Notebook, O'Reilly, 2005.
She originally learned Three.js for a game to demonstrate web audio during her internship in Intel corp. Owing to her knowledge in the field of computer graphics and previous experience with OpenGL, she learned Three.js quickly and developed a 3D Arcalands game within a week. After that, she used Three.js for several applications and found it efficient and easy to use.
She has also developed a jQuery plugin named jWebAudio (http://01org.github.io/jWebAudio/), which is a web audio library designed for games.
Her personal site is http://ovilia.github.com.