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Strap, Wearable Technology and the Future of Marketing.

Strap, Wearable Technology and the Future of Marketing.

Steve Caldwell’s wife bought him a Peb­ble smart­watch for Christ­mas in 2013. “Being a geek at heart, I start­ed writ­ing apps for it,” he said, which led to “think­ing through things like app mon­e­ti­za­tion for wear­able devel­op­ers and ad net­works for wear­ables.” Months after that fate­ful day, he and his mobile soft­­ware-devel­op­­ment part­ners had formed Strap and were accept­ed into Cincin­nati’s mar­ket­ing-focused accel­er­a­tor The Bran­dery. By late last year, they’d attract­ed $1.25 mil­lion in ven­ture fund­ing. In August, Mon­delez, one of the world’s largest snack com­pa­ny pub­licly award­ed Strap a pilot with Tri­dent gum and the Kum & Go con­ve­nience store chain, which expects the result to be run­ning in the chain’s app with­in 30 days. iOs8 (jobs in IOS) launched HealthK­it, an iPhone app that tracks steps, calo­rie burn and sleep, Mr. Cald­well believes there is a lot more to this than just giv­ing rewards for meet­ing your dai­ly step goal. He feels that bio­met­ric data could legit­i­mate­ly help shape mar­ket­ing, all using anonymized data­bas­es and opt-in pro­grams. The basic premise behind Strap is “you are what you do,” as opposed to “you are what you tweet or post,” said Strap co-founder and Chief Oper­at­ing Offi­cer Patrick Hen­shaw. That…

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Do you believe in Ghosts? What will it mean to merge Visual and Acoustic Holograms?

Do you believe in Ghosts? What will it mean to merge visual and acoustic holograms?

Imag­ine today is your Col­lege grad­u­a­tion, you’ve strug­gled, emo­tion­al­ly, and aca­d­e­m­i­cal­ly to get to this point. You’ve always wished mom could be there to see it hap­pen but she passed away dur­ing your High School senior year. You walk up to the podi­um as they call your name and your moth­er appears before you just like you remem­ber, she tells you she loves you and that she is very proud of you, then she hands you your diplo­ma, which you take from her and she pro­ceeds to give you a hug that feels elec­tric, warm and firm. You are in awe, she fades away and then you pro­ceed to your seat as the next grad­u­ate replaces you at the podi­um. Weird? No, not at all. All of the tech­nol­o­gy to res­ur­rect the past and give them phys­i­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics and capa­bil­i­ties is being imple­ment­ed as you read this. There has been a leap in progress on a thing called trac­tor beams, you may have heard the term used in Sci­ence Fic­tion like Star Wars or Star Trek, but believe it or not the sci­ence has actu­al­ly made the con­cept of trans­port­ing objects with pre­ci­sion through a medi­um with the use of…

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What’s the Programmatic Hype about Start Up HYPR

What's the Programmatic Hype about Start Up HYPR

Look­ing for a job is very com­pet­i­tive. If you are only apply­ing to jobs online you will encounter sub­stan­tial com­pe­ti­tion. At MediaJobs.com our objec­tive is to make it as easy as pos­si­ble to find a job at a great com­pa­ny and with the least amount of com­pe­ti­tion. At MediaJobs.com we have estab­lished our mis­sion of Find­ing the Great Com­pa­nies First. In keep­ing with our mis­sion we have cre­at­ed this inter­view series with some of the newest star­tups in the New York City mar­ket area.   We encour­age you to learn about some of the newest com­pa­nies and think about what might be a good fit for you. What is the name and loca­tion of your com­pa­ny and who are the founders? The company’s name is HYPR and we are locat­ed at 250 Green­wich st, Man­hat­tan, NYC (7TH World Trade Cen­ter). The founders are Gil Eyal (CEO) and Guy Tamir (CTO). How did the idea for your start-up come about? After doing over 100 deals with celebri­ties and social influ­encers while work­ing at Mobli, our founder, Gil Eyal, decid­ed to do some­thing about the biggest chal­lenge he faced when deal­ing in the space. Every oth­er form of adver­tis­ing was sup­port­ed by data…

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Discover how Start Up 24symbols is changing the world of online digital books.

Discover how Start Up 24symbols is changing the world of online digital books.

Look­ing for a job is very com­pet­i­tive. If you are only apply­ing to jobs online you will encounter sub­stan­tial com­pe­ti­tion. At MediaJobs.com our objec­tive is to make it as easy as pos­si­ble to find a job at a great com­pa­ny and with the least amount of com­pe­ti­tion. At MediaJobs.com we have estab­lished our mis­sion of Find­ing the Great Com­pa­nies First. In keep­ing with our mis­sion we have cre­at­ed this inter­view series with some of the newest star­tups in the New York City mar­ket area.   We encour­age you to learn about some of the newest com­pa­nies and think about what might be a good fit for you. What is the name and loca­tion of your com­pa­ny and who are the founders? 24symbols, a sub­scrip­tion ser­vice for ebooks,  was built in Madrid, Spain by four founders with tech­ni­cal and marketing/sales back­ground. How did the idea for your start-up come about? We the founders worked at a B2B start­up and were think­ing of a moon­light­ing project relat­ed to pub­lish­ing. As we thought more about it, the idea of a “spo­ti­fy for ebooks” start­ed to gain trac­tion. When, in Jan­u­ary 2010, Apple intro­duced the first iPad, we knew this was an endeav­or worth try­ing.…

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What do we do when all Media can be Mind-Controlled?

What do we do when all Media can be Mind-Controlled?

So I recent­ly stum­bled upon a kick­starter that not only grabbed my atten­tion but pro­duced all kinds of fan­ci­ful thoughts to enter my mind. We typ­i­cal­ly write about media, but what hap­pens when we head into a future where every­thing is hap­pen­ing with­out our direct phys­i­cal input and our thoughts are caus­ing things to be set into motion. Well it appears to be hap­pen­ing. Dobot is a robot­ic (jobs in robot­ics) arm designed for every­day use which can be con­trolled by a com­put­er, mobile app, ges­ture input (Hap­tics), and even brain waves (EEG). “One of our founder’s exper­tise was in biosen­sors, and thought it’d be cool to con­trol a robot with con­cen­tra­tion” said CEO Jer­ry Liu, “It was not hard to imple­ment.” I am sor­ry but did you just read that quote? In the sum­mer of 2014, Liu formed Dobot with the help of his team, five oth­er Shan­dong Uni­ver­si­ty grad­u­ates who want­ed to build a cheap, pre­cise robot­ics arm that could be used by hob­by­ists, edu­ca­tors, and indus­try alike. All the mem­bers being for­mer­ly employed at indus­tri­al and med­ical robot­ics com­pa­nies spent the last year build­ing their first mod­el ready pro­to­type Dobot, but to be clear the mak­ers would not set­tle…

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