VRemedy Labs is creating fresh experiences in VR with new motion mechanics and researching how various techniques used in creating VR experiences affect user nausea. They primarily work with the Oculus, Vive, and PSVR platforms. Currently, they are creating the games to refine the nausea meter, but are looking to explore partnering with larger VR companies in the future to provide such a feature for multiple games.
Klarity uses Natural Language Processing to analyze law documents and to provide insights on the most important clauses of a document for lawyers by finding and marking certain clauses within a document. They hope to increase the efficiency, reduce human error, and reduce time as it pertains to reading through large contracts and other law-based documents.
Mojo is focused on the idea that humans are visual creatures. They believe that light has a major impact on mood, but currently, LED lights and their installations only occur on a customized basis, where companies are paid to install and create from scratch the entire light system from bottom up. Mojo hopes to create light fixtures which can be attached to pre-existing light systems. These light control systems will have the same customizability, yet are much easier to implement, cost less, and require less installation. They already have a functional product at Darwin's, a local Cambridge sandwich shop, and are hoping to complete an initial prototype soon.
Releaf is building Africa's business trust network. Releaf helps agribusinesses find the customers they need from the people they can trust. The mission of Releaf is to grow the African economy by driving value in the private sector.
At Deepbench, the goal is to build the world's most robust expert network. Deepbench uses technology to unleash the power of trapped knowledge. Unlike other expert networks, Deepbench is dynamic and tailors each connection for the specific needs of the client project.