Arnold Blinn is an architect at Microsoft Corporation. He currently works for Microsoft Studios running development for Good Science. Good Science focuses on new and innovative gaming experiences and built many of the initial Kinect experiences, including Kinect Adventures and Kinect Fun Labs. Arnold has a long history of building and launching new applications and services, not only including gaming but also services for photo sharing, online communication, digital rights management, and online shopping.
Prior to working at Microsoft, Arnold was a co-founder of Ink Development corporation in 1991. This company built new applications for Pen Based Tablet computers, and was eventually morphed into eShop Inc. building software for electronic commerce. This company was acquired by Microsoft in 1996.
Arnold has approximately 25 patents issued and another 25 pending in electronic commerce, digital rights management, photo manipulation and other online services.