3D ICC was founded in May of 2011 and quickly became the leading market provider of OpenQwaq technology. In 2012, 3D ICC purchased all of the Intellectual Property formerly owned by Teleplace™ (Qwaq™) Technologies. With this purchase, 3D ICC moved to selling our commercial product line, Terf®. Since then, 3D ICC has enhanced the Terf® platform far beyond the OpenQwaq™ and original Teleplace™ technology in critical areas.
3D ICC’s Immersive Terf or Terf® is the absolute state of the art in unified collaboration services sporting all the features combine from most collaboration products with gaming and 3D environments. Terf® may be a new name but the platform via its predecessor releases, Teleplace™, Qwaq™, OpenQwaq™, Terf® has a rich history of has been harnessed for over 8 years. Terf® has been used by some of the biggest organizations in the world to gain more results from distributed coaching & teaming, global training and ideation, and strategic initiatives.
1. To deliver world class immersive, unified collaboration tooling and related professional services to leading organizations and enterprises
2. To move immersive & game-based collaboration techniques from advanced to main stream for the enterprise and consumer
3D ICC was founded by the original creators of the Qwaq™, Teleplace™ and OpenQwaq™ technology. The deep expertise in collaboration, immersion, security and other advanced technology. The Terf® platform heritage that our founding partners provide to the firm is without exception the main reason the platform is excelling in customer satisfaction and market growth.
Julie LeMoine – 3D ICC’s CEO
LeMoine brings more than 25 years of advanced technology innovation and leadership for business and consumers to 3D ICC. She is a large company collaboration & innovation veteran as well as a 4-time serial entrepreneur. She has created social gaming platforms, lead the integration of AR with VR with video, etc. Julie founded/lead Fidelity Center for Applied Collaboration, where she lead the company wide vision for social computing, collaboration, video technology, virtual worlds, immersion, and other advanced technologies. Prior, Julie spent 11 years in advanced technology for DoD at MITRE and Ford Aerospace. Here work there included such highlights as co-authoring ARPANet security protocols, space shuttle security for NASA, worked early Internet chat and video technology, and was chief security architect for the largest TS intranet ever created. Julie was named a Top 10 Woman-to-Watch by MIT/Mass High Tech (2004), has written/presented numerous talks, articles, papers, and documents on various high tech and business topics, was the 1st Entrepreneur in Residence at Simmons postGrad MBA program and remains on the advisory board there.
Ron Teitelbaum – 3D ICC’s Head of Engineering
Ron Teitelbaum is an immersive collaboration expert and master software developer. He was a founding member of Teleplace. Ron is the Cryptography Team Leader for Squeak OpenSource Software. Prior to Teleplace, Ron worked for more than 15 years in health care software development as an entrepreneur. Ron was the Principal Software Engineer for HealthObjects / Genesis Health Ventures / NeighborCare, one of the 20 largest health care companies, designing and coding institutional pharmacy applications. Before that, Ron worked at Tokos Medical (now Matria Healthcare) as the principal software engineer writing risk assessment, case management, and patient education software. Ron was also responsible for development of the home monitoring devices, and communications software. He is the President and Founder of US Medical Record Specialists, www.usmedrec.com, developers of peer to peer medical record technology to solve global network technology problems.
David A Smith
David is paramount to a legend in immersive gaming and collaboration. He is the creator of The Colony, (published by Mindscape in 1988) considered the first online 1st person shooter, preceding Doom by 5 years and clearly the inspiration for Doom. David is a serial entrepreneur founding Virtus Corporation, Red Storm Entertainment, Timeline Computer Entertainment, NxView, AirEight/3DSolve, Neomar, Teleplace, and now 3D ICC.
David’s Virtus Walkthrough was named MacUser’s”breakthrough product of the year.” He is the original creator of OpenSpace & Co-creator of Croquet, Qwaq, Teleplace, OpenQwaq, and 3D ICC’s Terf®. David has worked gaming and immersive movie filming with Tom Clancy, Michael Crichton, and James Cameron.
Dr. Andreas Raab
Dr. Raab was a 3D immersive market pioneer. He had more than 20 years of advanced and extreme software development. Dr. Raab did his PhD work in Computer Graphics & Interactive Systems, where he began his work with David. Andreas is a serial entrepreneur and the co-creator/chief Architect/ Sr. SW engineer on numerous market innovations including : Qwaq, Teleplace, OpenQwaq.
Andreas was the creator of the SmallTalkVM for mobile and the first squeak port of the VM for windows. He created the SmallTalkAPI for Accessibility and many other firsts. During his work for Disney as a software engineer, Dr. Raab created a real-time graphics capability for Squeak, as real-time vector graphics capablity via flash, real-time 3D graphics tools, as well as advanced 3D modeling & the “eToy” (kids scripting environment)