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ATAT Tech was founded in 2016 by video game industry veterans, Tim Kennedy and Amie Dansby. Prior to starting ATAT Tech, Dansby had worked as an intern at Marvel Entertainment where she collaborated on projects such as Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Spider-Man: Edge of Time, X-Men: Destiny and Thor: God of Thunder.
In 2016, ATAT Tech envisioned an augmented reality video game and with support from electronics company Arrow Electronics started working on a Unity Engine-powered game which was code-named Project EvE.
The Eve team has confirmed that they will crowfund the project through Indiegogo later in 2017 to help with the running costs of the project.
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- Luna, Des (28 February 2017). "Get Ready For ‘Project EvE,’ The First Robotic AR Video Game". http://www.techtimes.com/articles/199124/20170228/get-ready-for-project-eve-the-first-robotic-ar-video-game.htm. Retrieved 22 March 2017.
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