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Modsy Brings The Virtual When Designing Reality

Modsy founder Shanna Tellerman has a long history with 3D platforms. She was the founder and CEO of Sim Ops Studio, a 3D game development company spun out of Carnegie Mellon and later acquired by Autodesk.

Modsy,   Shanna Tellerman


Modsy is today launching a private beta for its novel approach to home design. Using sophisticated 3D rendering solutions, the service turns photos of your simple room into the swanky home of your dreams. This startup has built a service that can bring professional interior decorating to the masses.

The service works like this: The homeowner takes several pictures of the space they want to decorate — ideally a photo from each of the room’s corners. Then, these photos are uploaded to Modsy after which the homeowner takes a style quiz about their likes and dislikes. This takes about 5 minutes and basically involves clicking on photos. Then Modsy takes over. About 48 hours later, the results are delivered.

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Read the full story at TechCrunch, by Matt Burns




Read More: Shanna Tellerman, 28,  Sim Ops Studios

Bloomberg: Best Young Tech Entrepreneurs 2009

Funding: $3 million from funds that include SK Telecom Ventures and Levensohn Venture Partners

Begun in labs at Carnegie Mellon University, Sim Ops designs free, easy-to-use tools that help developers create 3D games and make money from them…

Read the full story at Bloomberg 



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