I was born in 1972 in Munich, Germany.
In the early nineties, I got interested in stereoscopic imaging.
I tried numerous 3D technologies from computer generated images to photography.
In 2000, I joined Lycos Europe and held positions in product development and management.
I left Lycos in 2004, as I wanted to take Neochroma from the concept stage to marketability.
After the Neochroma concept was fleshed out, Astutia Ventures decided to fund the seed stage, and the development of a protoype began.
The idea of an screen enlarger that relied on inexpensive plastic optics to magnify the mobile phone display seemed risky at that time, because mobile phone display resolutions were rather low.
Today, Neochroma can already deliver higher resolutions than many hand held navigation devices, and it seems likely that the bet for high resolution screens in mobile phones will be paying off.
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