6 Ed Tech Startups from Collision ConfCATEGORY / education TAGS / collision conf, edtech, education, startup Fractals LAB / Forma DATE / May 15, 2015
We at Fractals was at the Collision in Las Vegas, where we met some very promising startups from all over the world. Many of them are dedicated to education technology, with a main focus on gamification and video-learning and a growing attention to business education. We selected 6 of the most innovative and different ones, and we want to introduce them to you.
Collaborative platform to create and share augmented reality apps and resources for education without any technician knowledge.
An e-learning tool that uses expression recognition and eye-tracking (detected through your device’s native camera) to deliver content based on what engages you.
NanoLive has developed the 3D Cell Explorer, a tomographic microscope which allows users to explore the inside of living cells in 3D without the need for any labeling or other invasive methods.
Presented as a “personal reading assistant”, it distills all the best business books into 15 minutes summaries that you can read or listen to, in order to save time.
Timesaving app that supports parents of children ages 1 through 6, with educational resources that help them to maximize their children’s potential and K-12 education readiness.
6 – Bonio
BoniO describes its first and award-winning product PaGamO as “the first ever serious online social gaming platform for Education in the world”. One of its peculiarities is that every teacher can upload his or her own questions to the game.
Here you have the entire list of all the Ed-Tech startups that exhibit in the Collision.
If you want to recommend any other ed-tech project or start-up please tell us in comments below!