Mobile World Congress 2018
15-second pitches: Cool start-ups explain their ideas, really, really fastStart-ups and small companies at Mobile World Congress get one shot and just a few seconds to explain what their company is and why it's cool. See how they get on.
Hello, tech fans. We've come to 4 Years From Now, which is part of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a big tech trade show, to take a look at some of the smaller companies and startups that are exhibiting here today. There are so many companies to cover, so we decided to give them 15 seconds to describe what their company is and why it's cool. So tell me what your startup is and and why is it cool? Right, we are, [UNKNOWN], and we have head-mounted display for use in the water. Right. Not the land but in the water. That was perfect. 11 seconds. So what is your startup company and why is it cool? We are the best company right now for language learning application kids. We have a five applications in the market. Google Play, Amazon, and Apple Store. And we are doing that for kids from two to six years old. 15 seconds So, we are Neuro Nation we provide personalized brain training, so we took scientific studies, translated it to games, and we train your memories, your concentration, and logical thinking. 10 seconds, very neat. Enough, enough. Ok, we are Chromville a [UNKNOWN] startup. [UNKNOWN] through augmented reality. To engage the young ladies in a fun learning [UNKNOWN] education. That was only 11 seconds. Do you have anything else to add? Well, thank you so much. [LAUGH] All right, thank you. Leia, Inc. is a start-up in Silicon Valley and why's Leia, Inc cool? Leia, Inc. provides a fully holographic 3-D module-. We call it a holomodule that can give you 64 images in space within a 60 degree That's 15 seconds. Okay. I lost. No, that was good. You described what it was. Okay, good. Holograms, right? Exactly, holograms. We are The Social Coin and we are a digital platform to foster, track, and measure kindness. And we are the only ones in the world that are doing this. That was ni-, that was nine seconds. Check us out at the social [UNKNOWN] dot org. O-R-G. I started this Muzze. With DIY do it yourself start kit for museums. It's a audio guide in a box. It's 39 Euros a month, and you can make a audio guide in two hours using iBeacon. 15 seconds, almost on the dot. Very well done. Thank you very much. My name is Richard. [LAUGH] At Codie, we are teaching kids the principles of programming. They can write apps on their smartphone around these apps on the robot that they're also making. You've still got a few seconds. Good. [LAUGH] It's cool because all the devices are individual and the families don't communicate with each other. So we created a device for the family which is this. The family is represented in avatars. And information is displayed with live color alerts. And here tasks can be managed and everything around the home can be managed on this device. Wow. That, that's a lot of information very quickly. Yeah, thank you.>> stenography is a completely different way of sharing [INAUDIBLE] You write whatever you want, you are the feature like here, and then you have more than 40 beautiful features that make your text completely beautiful completely remarkable and you're gonna have a lot of lovers. You're gonna get a lot of likes. That was 15 seconds. All right. Thank you, thank you very much. That was great. That was great. Some pretty cool stuff there, I'll think you'll agree. Alright, that's all for now but check out CNet.com/nwc for much more.