After finishing her degree in MS Mathematics Education, Evelyn was contacted by her two professors to write a book. One of her professors said that there is something that she can do that they cannot, and that is to illustrate math problems.
Evelyn continued her book writing; she wrote three mathematics workbooks and stories. Her books were accepted by Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Follett School Solutions. However, the cost of printing and submitting to a distributor became a challenge. Evelyn was about to give up when she met the producer of the Swan Princess, and then, she wrote and illustrated a Swan Princess book. At the same time, Evelyn tried to submit a prototype craft kit to Walmart Manufacturing Summit which passed the review, and she was invited to Bentonville, Arkansas. Evelyn was proud that her first buyer’s meeting was with a Walmart buyer.
After that, Evelyn met with the National Science Foundation SBIR program manager who told her to add technology to her craft kit. Abby suggested Augmented Reality and the company started developing Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.