Graffe initially developed the Central Access Reader (CAR) as a senior capstone project in Central Washington University’s Computer Science program. Besides the general program structure, Graffe also developed the math parsing algorithm used by CAR to read math fluently. After the project was completed, Spencer was hired on as CAR’s developer and maintainer. He aspires to work in Research and Development at an influential software company.
Wilson has helped expand CAR's math and logic reading abilities. A recent addition to Central Access, Wilson is currently pursuing a degree in Computer Science at Central Washington University.