Mark Frohnmayer

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Mark Frohnmayer
Occupation Programmer, entrepreneur
Notable work Starsiege: Tribes

Mark Frohnmayer is a software and clean technology entrepreneur. He was the lead programmer of Starsiege: Tribes and Tribes 2 at Dynamix before leaving to co-found GarageGames,[1] where he helped architect the Torque Game Engine and led the development of Marble Blast Gold and Marble Blast Ultra. Mark has since started Arcimoto, designing a three-wheeled electric vehicle. Frohnmayer has also engaged in public policy: he served from 2011-2014 on the Oregon Transportation Commission[2] and launched the Unified Primary effort to reform Oregon's election system[3] that led to the establishment of the Equal Vote Coalition.[4]

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