Newton couple creating virtual reality software in basement
July 7, 2017
NEWTON, Kan. (AP) — A Newton couple is bringing Silicon Valley to their Kansas-based lab — better known as their basement.
Corey and Michele Janssens, founders of ViewVerge, are enhancing the way people see media through a 2D to 3D converter and a 3D to 3D enhancer for augmented and virtual reality (ARVR), The Wichita Eagle (http://bit.ly/2sNxVyt ) reported.
"Our goal was to basically re-create a biological version of 3D — a more natural 3D — because of ARVR," Corey Janssens said. "We perceive in 3D, so it just seemed kind of natural: Why have a 3D device and watch 2D content?"