Two students brought video games to life with 3-D technology.
What: Developer and manufacturer of innovative gaming accessories
Who: Michael Epstein and Nathan Newman of eDimensional
Where: West Palm Beach, Florida
When: Started in 2000
Startup costs: $500
Michael Epstein and Nathan Newman, both 28, started eDimensional, their gaming accessories company, when they were just college students. Armed with credit cards and backgrounds in IT management, the two friends set about realizing their entrepreneurial dreams to make video games as realistic as possible using 3-D technology.
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