Jacque Fresco (born 13 March 1916) is a structural designer, social engineer, architectural designer, philosopher of science, concept artist, educator, and futurist. His central approach is to use “science as a method applied to social concern,” which is also one of the key tenets of the Technocracy Inc. movement, of which Jacque was a member for a while. Fresco has designed, invented and patented a large number of things, including a version of 3D cinema without the use of glasses, a technique for three-dimensional x-ray units, and the first airbag.
Roxanne Meadows is an accomplished and well-known technical and architectural illustrator and model-maker, as well as a scientific and medical illustrator. Since 1985 she has supplied architectural renderings, models and design work to major developers and architects throughout the US. From 1975 to the present, Meadows has worked with Jacque Fresco to develop and promote The Venus Project, finding alternative solutions to the many problems that confront the world today. She participated in the design and construction of the buildings of The Venus Project's 21-acre research and planning centre.
Cazan appears as her N.E.M. persona in the role of Borg’s object of desire and idealism.
Nadya Eva Mazviita Cazan was born in Africa in Harare, Zimbabwe, and spent her childhood in Thailand, Colombia, Mexico, and in the United States before travelling to England. Living in many countries developed her language skills: she is fluent in English, Spanish, Italian, and French.