The project was initialized through the municipality of Enschede, the Volkspark Committee, and the XR-Lab in Enschede. Enschede is a city in the east of the Netherlands. The city inhabits about 160.000 citizens, many of those being students.
The Volkspark Committee is a subsidiary of the municipality and was established to further develop the park, care for nature and present it in the best possible way to the people of Enschede.
The XR-Lab in Enschede offers a wide variety of equipment for students and a place to research projects together. Its focus is on the development of virtual- or augmented reality software. The lab is run by Mathijs Van Veen and is supported by a wide array of teachers from Saxion.