Bondi-based biomedical engineer Ryan Savitz and marketing executive Ari Segal, after experiencing near-misses with oncoming traffic whilst running at night, decided it was time for a new line of activewear that combines fluorescent reflective materials with LED technology to enhance safety for night runners and cyclists.
What I like about Granfar, and why I think that himself and cofounder Bronwyn Leong are going to execute in the Media Tech space brilliantly is based on the fact they understand that what they are trying to do is a very clear departure from what most people understand to be social sharing.
They can come untied and trip you over. You can shove them inside your sneakers but that hurts. You can do a double knot, but then taking off your shoes becomes complicated. These are the burdens we, First World residents, face when it comes to laced shoes.
The team over at Geek Ammo are preparing to launch their newest super geek invention via another Kickstarter campaign. The campaign at the time of publishing has already exceeded it’s $25,000 target heading towards the $100,000 mark at lightning speed.
Over the weekend (Sunday) and today (Monday) Kickstarter’s Leland Rechis has been in town letting people know how to create kick arse kickstarter videos.
Remember the film Ted where a little boy’s teddy bear comes to life and becomes his best friend? A Welsh entrepreneur is about to make that happen – well, the teddy won’t be living and breathing, but it’ll certainly be conversing with its owner.
Melbourne based entrepreneur Ryan Fitzgibbon has reached his funding campaign goal on Kickstarter to produce a new bi-annual magazine for the gay community called Hello Mr. He hopes to reinvent the cliche’s that play out in current gay lifestyle publications in the market with a focus on accessible, witty and real content.
Using a new and unique presentation format, Brainworth teaches high-‐level programming subjects in a series of challenges, tasks and games, and will branch out from there into other fields of science and business. Brainworth will serve tertiary students looking to test and improve their skills in a rich online game world, providing new ways for students to collaborate and take charge of their own education.