Agaric is a web development collective eager to understand where you want to go with your web presence and to apply our knowledge and skills to get you there. Our goal is to give you power over your web sites and online technology. Because we are a worker cooperative, every person you interact with at Agaric is an owner of the company. We host events at Industry Lab to encourage the formation of worker-owned businesses.
Rewan is a campaigner at Avaaz - a global civic movement that mobilizes people to take action on issues they care about. Specifically, she oversees campaigns in the Arab world, and sometimes dabbles in online fundraising. Originally from Iraq, she moved to Cambridge for college and loved it so much, she stayed. If she's not at IL, she's either roaming around Inman Square, or in her backyard pretending to play guitar. She's active on twitter.
Alogus Innovation & Design
Alogus Innovation & Design specializes in the physical development of ideas from early concept to final production and documentation. Through prototype and beta testing, they work closely with their clients to ensure the original goals and ideals remain central to the overall design. Alogus embraces a form of creative collaboration that incorporates aspects of individual personality, modern technology and overall consumer experience. They take pride in the partnerships that they create.
Rex G. Baker IV
Rex G. Baker IV is an attorney serving creative entrepreneurs and small businesses. Prior to moving to Massachusetts, he worked for several years at a large Houston firm, focusing on mergers and acquisitions in the energy industry. Rex's practice areas include commercial contract drafting and negotiation, commercial finance, purchases and sales of existing businesses, entity formation and governance, and many other issues affecting small businesses.
BioBright is bringing the biology lab into the digital age They are developing a smart lab that enhances the scientific workflow and enables researchers to compare what should have happened with what actually happened in an experiment.
Nickolas Chelyapov is a designer and director who helps startups communicate their visions.
Circular2 is working on low-cost surface sensing technology that enables novel gestural interfaces on everyday devices.
Marcelo Coelho Studio
Marcelo Coelho's work focuses on programmable materials and digital fabrication technologies for products, installations, and crowd experiences. Spanning a wide range of media, processes, and scales, his work explores the boundaries between matter and information, fundamentally expanding and enhancing the ways in which we interact and communicate with one another.
Marcelo is currently Principal at Marcelo Coelho Studio, where he develops innovative and experimental work, and a Lecturer at the MIT Department of Architecture. Prior to his studio practice, Marcelo Coelho received a Bachelor in Computation Arts with highest honors from Concordia University, and Doctorate in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Lab.
Common Sensing creates smart devices and services that promote a sense of purpose, trust and control for everyday people who use injectable medicine. Common Sensing was founded in 2012 by MIT graduates Richard Whalley & James White. For inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curious Sound Objects
Design I/O is a creative studio specializing in the design and development of cutting edge, immersive, interactive installations. Design I/O develops installations for events, galleries, museums, exhibitions and public space and specializes in creating engaging, meaningful interaction with the public.
At embr labs we are driven by a shared belief in the importance of connecting mind, body and environment. We believe thermal is personal, and we are on a mission to return temperature control to where it matters: the individual. Our first product, Wristify, is a personal, intelligent, heating and cooling bracelet that can cool when you’re warm, heat when you’re cool, and interface with our growing world of connected devices. Using our patent-pending technology, we're working hard to make jewelry that actually does something. In fact, we hope it will change how the world thinks about personal comfort.
Innovation By Design
Innovation By Design is a pluridisciplinary design and strategy studio. With offices in Boston, Milan and Seoul, we design and prototype disruptive experiences through fast-paced yet rigorous design research and project implementation. Composed of multidisciplinary designers, researchers, and creative technologists, we provide unique perspectives and implementable visions to some of the world’s largest and most visionary companies. IXD was founded in 2014, as a spin-off of MIT Mobile Experience Lab.
Brian Kane was born in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1965 and currently lives and works in Cambridge, MA. He received a BFA in Painting from RISD in 1987, where he also teaches. His sculpture, interactive, and video work has shown in many museum and gallery exhibitions, and Kane’s pioneering real time video sampling techniques was influential to a generation of media artists. He was a founding member of the video art group EBN, and a primary collaborator with RadioValve.com and Amorphic Robot Works.
Recent exhibitions and festivals include Nuit Blanche (Toronto), MACBA (Barcelona), HDADD+ (MFA Boston), #11.Art (Museo Nacional do Complexo Cultural da Republica, Brazil), Memery (MASS MoCA), People in Space (Shanghai World Expo), Late at Tate (Tate Britain), Big Chill (U.K.), MediaLive (Boulder MoCA), and a 2010 solo show at Murphy and Dine, New York, NY. His latest work "Healing Tool" is a disappearing billboard, and can be see here.
Ryan Kuo is an artist who expends his agency on reflexive systems and acts of non-knowledge. His works range from loud things on big screens to tiny words written on little cards, but tend to utilize virtual space, digital video, and anomalous sounds. Ryan completed a thesis at MIT’s graduate program in Art, Culture and Technology in 2014. His recent interests include spirals and sequencers, both questions that lead to questions that… In another bio, Ryan is a freelance writer and editor currently building technical documentation for a corporate client.
LeafLabs designs powerful physical computing devices for control and communication among smart machines (including humans!). We work with scientists, entrepreneurs, artists, and enthusiasts to implement beautiful ideas as quickly and elegantly as possible.
Luminous provides strategy consulting and facilitation to the leadership teams of corporates and non-profits all over the world. Based on the belief that people-centered organizations perform better, Luminous focuses on engaging customers and employees, bringing greater clarity and meaning to strategy, galvanizing teams and mobilizing them for action.
Jonathan Lee Marcus
Jonathan is extremely lucky. He says yes to anything new and habitually questions everything, insatiable for insights. In between epic food comas and napping through parties, he finds himself rock climbing, making stickers, and cobbling together a mobile privacy and security startup, making the tools of privacy more accessible and ubiquitous. Jonathan has gone to med school, taught graduate time-based media arts programming courses, sold lots of fancy cheese, and worked as a sailor on a 200 year-old tall ship that fought in the war of 1812. He'd like to teach emotional literacy, caring mindfulness, and compassion to all the world's children. Last year Jonathan found out that getting struck by lightning hurts, A LOT.
Delighted by the flavors, nutrition, and resource-efficiency of edible insects, Connie began farming crickets in 2016. She is designing open-source tools to partially automate cricket farming, with the goal of reducing production costs enough to scale up to a commercial edible insects farm in Massachusetts. She also works part-time as an engineering consultant with Amec Foster Wheeler, practicing groundwater and soil remediation. She is registered Professional Engineer (Civil- Water Resources and Environmental, California).
NK Labs is an engineering company. We invent creative solutions to challenging technical problems, and develop them concept to prototype. NK Labs specializes in consumer electronics, scientific instrumentation, autonomous vehicles, and desktop fabrication.
Noise to Signal
Noise to Signal provides marketing technology consulting services to clients who depend on reliable data in order to drive their digital marketing programs. Through the thoughtful implementation of testing and measurement, Noise to Signal helps marketers make decisions based on data they can trust.
Nuli Coffee is developing novel espresso technology with a focus on barista comfort and control. We have a broader mission of using technology to bring world-class tastes to everyone.
Jeff Lieberman explores the connections between the arts, sciences, education, creativity, and consciousness. He hosted 'Time Warp' on the Discovery Channel, reminding us how little our senses detect and understand about reality. He composes music in the duo Knolls. He shows sculptures internationally, exploring our unseen interconnectedness and interdependence. Having finished four degrees at MIT (Physics, Math, Mech. Eng., Media Arts + Sciences), he is exploring how the evolution of consciousness can cease human suffering.
Red Point Positioning
Red Point Positioning was conceived by a team of veterans in the wireless industry, and built by experts in ultra-wideband localization technology, RPP’s real-time location services (RTLS) platform delivers centimeter resolution positions for the things you care about. From warehouses to office parks, flexible deployment scenarios, low hardware cost, and an open API enable easy integration with your existing infrastructure. Enterprise or entrepreneur, track, navigate, and never again wonder Where.
Eric Rosenbaum wants to amplify your imagination. As a freelance creative technologist, he combines his love for music, improvisation, making, and learning to invent new technologies for playful creation. He recently completed his PhD at MIT Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten group, with a dissertation called “Explorations in Musical Tinkering.” His projects have included the Makey Makey invention kit (co-invented with Jay Silver), the Singing Fingers app for finger painting with sound, Glowdoodle software for painting with light, and the BeetleBlocks visual programming environment for 3D design and fabrication.
Shaper is developing a revolutionary line of computer-augmented power tools, starting with a handheld CNC router. Our mission is to improve the way that craftspeople design, build, and connect with each other.
Splice is a platform for collaboration founded by Chris Ryan and Nathan Fash. From architecture and construction to research and strategy Splice builds lean interdisciplinary teams to execute projects skillfully and efficiently with a distinct focus on progressive thinking and identifying the unique qualities in every opportunity.
Supernormal is an urban research and design group created to improve the translation of granular urban and real estate data into intelligent design, development and planning outcomes. Founders Elizabeth Christoforetti and Will Cohen work broadly across scales to create scalable design and planning prototypes for the urban environment. In addition to her work at Supernormal, Elizabeth serves as a researcher in the Social Computing Group at the MIT Media Lab, where her collaborative work on the Big Data for Small Places study recently won a Knight Foundation Prototype Grant.
Tectonic is an experience design studio based in Seattle with an office here at Industry Lab in Cambridge. Our focus is on product envisioning at the intersection of UX, visual, and motion design. We love designing for big systems, collaborating on ambitious projects, and clarifying the complex for next-gen digital experiences. Interest piqued? Get in touch with Creative Director Benjamin Shown at email@example.com.
Van Gogh Tours
Van Gogh Tours is a family-run company specializing in guided and self-guided biking and walking vacations in Europe. They offer tours in Holland, France, Italy, Austria, Belgium and Germany. The company was founded by Emma Lewin's grandparents in 1991, and Emma has been running the company since 2012. You can usually find Emma at her desk typing away, on the phone, or generally trying to convince the community of IL to have happy hour beers.
NDensity produces innovations in computation. We are an elite-team-as-a-service that lowers the barrier to advanced computation, research, and breakthrough innovations for organizations. The founding members of our lab are leaders in their fields and industry experts who have produced some of the most successful companies, brands, and cutting edge research.
NexPCB is a premier Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider of affordable, premium-quality Printed Circuit Board since 2005. Our fabrication, assembly, and supply chain management capabilities make us a one-stop-shop for all hardware needs. At NexPCB, we cater to small to mid-sized companies that wish to lower their overall costs but maintain supreme quality. Not only manufacturing boards, we also help our customer with EMS supply chain management and optimization for further cost-down.
Owen Trueblood tries to build pretty machines which do interesting things and help speed human convergence to immortal nuclear computer-goo. And he does freelance work too.
Luminaire Coffee is a team of engineers and designers brought together by their passion for technology, design, and coffee. Luminaire develops electronics, firmware and software for the specialty coffee and food industries.
Mia Dalglish is the Co-Curator + Exhibitions Director at Pictura Gallery. She is an alumni of the Indiana University Photography Program, and upon graduation worked at the International Center for Photography. She currently serves as a portfolio reviewer for National and International Conferences and Photography Festivals. Mia has curated over 20 photographic exhibitions in the past three years, including MANMADE, Tiksi, Fables + Fictions and her first international exhibition, FUTURE TENSE, in Kobe, Japan. Mia is training to become an Argentine Tango Instructor. She studies with and works for her instructors Fernanda Ghi + Guillermo Merlo in Somerville, MA.
Cove is a DC-based startup that is building neighborhood productive spaces. We're targeting the gap between the coffee shop and the coworking space, for people who need a place to drop in and get things done with reliable wifi, power, printing, and coffee. We’re up and running in DC with several locations and will be expanding to Boston this summer!
Sproot delivers fresh, healthy, hassle-free meals to schools around Boston. We combine left and right brains to make meals ridiculously nutritious, delicious and fun. Real food + a dash of science + a sprinkling of fun = happy healthy kids!
The Baffler, est. 1988, is a printed and digital magazine of art and criticism appearing three times annually—spring, summer, and fall. We’re headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts; edited by Lindsey Gilbert, Lauren Kirchner, Chris Lehmann, and John Summers; designed by Patrick Flynn; distributed by MIT Press; and delivered to subscribers and book stores in all fifty U.S. states. Contributing editors include Barbara Ehrenreich, Susan Faludi, and David Graeber. Our founding editor is Thomas Frank. We named it The Baffler because Fuck You was already taken.
Democratech is a design collaborative focused on democratizing product development. It is currently bringing the Sprout pencil, a project designed at MIT and launched on Kickstarter, to market. When Sprout is too short to use, it can be planted to grow herbs, flowers, and more!
The Sproutsio smart appliance reliably grows a wide range of tasty fruits and vegetables, from strawberries to bok choy. Our convenient soil-free system is easy to use, simple to maintain and can be controlled right from your mobile phone. No green thumbs required. Connecting to healthy and affordable produce has never been easier.
SQZ Biotechnologies is developing the CellSqueeze platform, a microfluidic system originally conceived at MIT that physically opens up cells by gently squeezing them. If you think of a cell like a spring, once you squeeze it and let go it gets bigger than its original size. In our case the cell becomes so big that the cell membrane can't hold itself together. Small pores develop in the membrane allowing proteins, DNA, drugs, etc. to diffuse right into the cell interior. SQZ seeks to change how life scientists study and engineer cells, hopefully leading to accelerated drug discovery, enhanced generation and manipulation of stem cells, and even personalized cancer vaccines.
FlySorter is developing the next generation of automation products for biology labs.
By engaging existing community members as mentors, Domo minimizes the time taken for new employees and students to become productive, and enables growing organizations to visualize and maintain the culture they'd like their communities to have. Domo recently finished a pilot for undergraduates at MIT, and is now accepting requests for invitations to our closed Beta.
Kendall Research Systems
KRS is pioneering novel tools for neuroscience discovery using optogenetic techniques. From a single-target implantable tethered light source to a multi-site completely wireless system scalable to hundreds of simultaneous subjects, explore the benefits of optogenetics untethered.
Zeega is an open-source HTML5 platform for creating interactive documentaries and inventing new forms of storytelling. A winner of the 2011 Knight News Challenge, we are a startup 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission to enable anyone to create participatory projects that combine original content with photos, videos, text, audio, data feeds and maps via APIs from across the web. But Zeega is not just an online documentary toolkit. Integral to the project is the ability to bridge physical and digital worlds through tangible media such as signs, stickers or even networked receipt printers.
David Nunez is a creative technologist, executing projects at the intersection of art, design, and technology. He builds mobile apps, games, and interactive software using tools like iOS, Unity3D, Cinder, openFrameworks (oF), and Processing. His recent clients have included JK Rowling's Lumos organization, Candlewick Press, PBS, Electric Type and the Personal Robotics Group at the MIT Media Lab. His project, Bytes and Bots at the Children's Museum of Houston, engages students to explore programming ideas through an animatronic lobster and bird. Previously, he designed the multitouch table used to play the Electric Gongs, a set of instruments for the Austin Children’s Museum. His robotic marionette, El Quemira, won multiple blue ribbons at the 2007 Austin Maker Faire. He also co-curates dorkbot-boston, a monthly gathering of people doing strange things with electricity.
Ali is interested in lots of stuff and is mostly here to build and to learn. At the moment, he's experimenting with free design, radio, math, and coffee.
Dan is currently looking for new ways to share more information. Dan likes to wear a tweed jacket and drill holes in things. You can see what does is up to by checking out his friendfeed/danpaluska
Formlabs is developing a high quality, low cost 3D printer that works out of the box. It enables designers, makers, and everyday people to create 3D forms by simply hitting the print button. Formlabs products fuses a novel additive manufacturing technology with a unique design-centric approach to achieve an incredible user experience yet to be seen in 3D printing.
Jordan Wayne Long
Jordan Wayne Long is a performance/installation artist. His work deals with Trauma and the mechanisms used to deal with it. Jordan's work has been featured on such sites as Art21, Artnet, Kataku and MSNBC. His recent performances involve shipping himself across country while locked in a crate, burning down barns and being dragged behind cars. He tells stories too.
Nell Breyer was a research affiliate at MIT’s Program in Art, Culture and Technology and the Center for Advanced Visual Studies between 2002-2010. Her work focuses on the intersection of dance, new media, and visual art.
Chitra is a graphic designer with a great affinity for motion graphics, branding and print-making. With an MFA in graphic design from the Cranbrook Academy of Art (2009) and the ESAG Penninghen (2004), she is a passionate advocate to using design strategies for social change. She is the co-founder of Kara Weaves, a hand-loom weaving revival project based out of India. It is the only social enterprise of its kind that works with the thorthu weaving co-operatives in Kerala to promote their work through the creation of home linens and accessories. Read about our social cause, our products and story at http://www.karaweaves.com
Melinda Hale is a mechanical engineer who loves building things. Her lab at MIT ran out of room for her to tinker on side projects, and her dorm won't let her keep power tools. Her dream is someday to have a shop just like Iron Man's in her basement.
Best Bilingual Solutions
Best Bilingual Solutions is startup publishing house with a strong educational focus on language learning. Though we are based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, we are a global enterprise driven by Citizens of the World of all ages and backgrounds, who have in common a love for learning, language, and culture. We are all about having fun while hopefully enriching many people’s lives through the creation, translation, publishing, and selling of beautiful books, produced monolingually and bilingually in 19+ languages and in all real and virtual formats. To visit us just click on the colorful flags.
Adam Setapen builds robots that learn from people through social interaction. He is working on a new type of personalized robotic character for children, centering around long term interactivity and an ability to connect people in different places. With an M.S. in artificial intelligence from the University of Texas as well as a Masters in robotics from the MIT Media Lab, Adam applies his research knowledge to create products that live within the intersection of science and design. Through harnessing mobile phones in his designs, he aims to push the limits of robots that are able to work with and learn from people. With a focus on robots that can live outside the laboratory, Adam is working to create the new personal robot.
GeoAdaptive provides spatial technology and strategy services to inform the planning, design, and development of regional and urban landscapes. We employ a trans-disciplinary process that distills geographic, economic, and social information to develop geospatial solutions for governments, businesses, and agencies. Our success lies in the proven experience and expertise of our team and network, which has worked on some of the most innovative and complex spatial planning projects around the world.
Apitronics helps farmers become more efficient and productive by using networks of sensors and switches. We create electronic Bees, who work together and communicate with the Hive. Each Swarm—the Hive and its Bees– functions as a unit and is unique to its environment.
Alfred Megally is a freelance web interface developer and adventurer. During his work season, he creates web and mobile interfaces for startups and organizations like Harvard and MIT. One of his recent dabblings is a mobile app that pings you for personal data about yourself by text message throughout the day and sends you a monthly report about your habits. Most recently he finished his side project Mixcard - "postcard mixtapes." During his adventure season, he's organized a school bus trip across the country, taken the train across the country and bicycled across the country. He's lived and explored around Buenos Aires, Cairo, and Mexico City.
Blake Brasher grew up in North Pole, Alaska. He is inspired by everything in the natural world from super novae to microscopic organisms to quantum mechanics. His paintings are abstract and experimental. He has been living in the Boston area since 1997.
Libboo is on the mission to help talented producers of content be discovered in the new world. The premise is that by fully understanding the influence, motivation, and effectiveness of advocates within specific communities - both online and offline, talented owners of content can use those advocates as their greatest marketers and target exactly the communities they need to reach.
Annina Rüst creates electronic objects and software art. While at Industry Lab, she is preparing her robotic installation, "A Piece of the Pie Chart," for an exhibit at the Art+Technology Lab at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. "A Piece of the Pie Chart" is a food robot that puts pie charts onto real, edible pies. The data on the pie charts addresses the gender gap in art and tech workplaces to remind those institutions how large (or rather small) the piece of the pie is for women in technology.
AvaTech is an MIT start-up that develops state-of-the-art, proactive avalanche safety devices that help backcountry professionals and adventurers avoid life-threatening avalanches. AvaTech integrates a high tech measurement device with data collection, networking, and analytics capabilities to enhance personal safety, area management and avalanche science.
Gestalt Design is a consultancy transforming healthcare through design thinking and human centered design. Established companies, startups and agencies look to Gestalt for excellence in interaction design, visual design, and product development. Gestalt Design was founded by Brian Hoffer, a swiss trained designer, consultant, and entrepreneur.
GoodLux Technology was founded by a team of scientists, doctors, health enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs on a mission to improve health on a global scale by re-imagining the intersection of technology and nature.
Sara Hendren is an artist, design researcher, and writer. She lectures on adaptive and assistive technologies, prosthetics, and wearable augmentations at the Rhode Island School of Design, and she writes and edits Abler, a channel also now on Gizmodo.
Alicia Ulrich is a producer for HGTV's House Hunters.
Fortuit Systems researches and develops a wide variety of projects, usually focusing on network security, cryptography, and interface devices.
Plus Fabrication is a studio founded by two artists passionate about design and fabrication. We collaborate with designers, artists, and engineers to solve technical and aesthetic challenges. We make objects that are not just well made but well thought out.
At Techniiq, we are on a mission to power the world, wirelessly. Our technology will free people from chargers and allow them to power their devices without the use of cords or wires.
WOVNS is a textile technology platform that is changing the way textiles are produced.The platform allows designers to develop and order custom woven textiles, in quantities as small as a single yard. In the era of digital fabrication platforms, desktop 3D printers and CNC machines, our goal is to revolutionize textile production, creating access and immediacy for woven textile development.
Cambridge Hackspace is a bootstrapped maker space. We hold weekly meetings where we get together and make things, and are looking to get our own space this year. We have a 3D printer, various power and hand tools, and are about to buy ourselves a laser cutter.
Carly Nix is a multidisciplinary artist, the former CEO/Director of Industry Lab, and a former Associate Producer of NPR's Car Talk.
Andrew Berkowitz is a Software Engineer who has spent the past few years working on projects like: a 250lb combat robot shown on ABC's "BattleBots", an interactive children's toy that teaches medical procedures through play, and mobile apps that work with biosensors to monitor patients during clinical studies. He is currently interested in: the future of recipes, commercial aquaponics, and medical devices.
GRIT is a social enterprise startup. We believe in a stakeholder-driven design process, where the people who use a technology help to design it. We started as the MIT Mobility Lab where we invented the Leveraged Freedom Chair (LFC), a lever-powered all-terrain wheelchair. After four years of testing the LFC in the field, we founded GRIT in 2012 to bring the LFC to market. We help people with disabilities get off-road and on with their lives.
Lazoka is a fresh food, online community marketplace that specializes in connecting consumers directly with producers to obtain home delivery of product. Our mission is to build increased market-share for direct sales of fresh products, and a more sustainable, transparent food system. Azoka means "market" in Basque. In spite of the arrival of modern supermarkets, traditional open air markets continued to flourish and are still a prominent feature of life in the larger Basque towns, as farmers set up stalls with their produce.
Coparcel is a one-of-a-kind funding platform for impact investing on the neighborhood level. We enable individuals to invest in real estate development projects that bring positive change to neighborhoods such as green buildings, affordable housing, community-oriented development and various adaptive reuse projects.
Heloisa Escudero grew up in São Paulo, Brazil, but relocated to the United States in 1987, where her interest in Fine Arts developed. She obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Massachusetts College of Art and a Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her interest in art is project based and that each one has a conceptual idea that carries a very interactive nature for the audience. In many cases the audience becomes part of the project via tangible interaction with the artwork. Her work cannot be defined by medium and ranges from performance, video, installation, and sculpture to painting and photography. When Escudero is not making art in her studio she is working for the Hirshhorn Museum Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC as an Exhibit Specialist.
Greg Paraskos at R4 Solutions has spent his career as a mechanical engineer working on a wide array of products including consumer electronics, wind turbines, compressors and robotics. By combining his expertise in mechanical design, CAD and Finite Element Analysis, Greg can generate many valuable design iterations in rapid succession. These iterations result in robust designs that reach maturity in a much shorter period of time.
Ethan Sherbondy is the Systems Engineer at Clover Food Lab, whatever that means. He got lost in Cambridge after completing a B.S. in Computer Science at MIT and still hasn't found a way out (map donations appreciated). Someday he will return to CSAIL to do a M-Eng in computer graphics. But today is not that day. In his spare time he fiddles around with computer graphics and vision projects. He is actively recovering from a software development addiction, frequently relapsing under the alias Unidextrous. Ethan is an amateur beekeeper, wannabe botanist, and human being.
We are Ashton Instruments, a Cambridge based startup building the next generation of bicycle power meters. We got our start in mid-2013 over a pitcher of beer at an MIT pub and are now turning a couple of sketches into accurate and robust power meters.
The major focus of Bioechem is research & development of microbial catalysts/electrodes, which can be used for biological energy or useful byproduct generation, including source components from fossil fuel and related applications for medical care. We have developed a microbial community analysis tool, Spatial Analytical Microbial Imaging (SAMI), using microbial analysis in the process of the product development. Certain clinical applications of this tool are under development. Our interests of other green tech products R&D include special Microbial Fuel Cell, biofuel enhancement devices and/or air cleaning aperture.
Jeff LeBlanc is a designer and software engineer. Jeff has developed and built interactive software applications and environments for diverse clients from the Smithsonian and Nike to the US Air Force. He is currently working on a data visualization startup based out of Industry Lab. Jeff studied math at MIT and technology/design at NYU's ITP.
Nina Klymenko is a 2D Illustrator, focused on game developing. In her homeland of Ukraine, she was a researcher and physicist. Working in the entertainment industry she creates educational games utilizing her background in science.
EdYou was formed by Zachary Katz to help build a bridge between industrialized, test-based learning and personal development. Based upon the idea that learning is the medium of human growth, EdYou does everything from SAT tutoring, to tutor training, to developing interactive learning tools. We are committed to finding a way for every student to find learning fulfilling.
Cospan Design develops hardware and software for hobbyists, engineers and researchers. Our primary focus is on FPGA based development platforms for various design goals including: high speed data acquisition, data processing and general hardware prototyping.
Electroninks Writeables is a small electronics and materials company that got its start in Urbana, IL. Our cornerstone product, Circuit Scribe, is a silver conductive ink pen that is used for drawing circuits on paper. A library of magnetic circuit modules including LEDs, motors, switches, and sensors bring circuit projects to life. Circuit Scribe’s main applications are in circuit prototyping, education, and electronic art. Our goal is to develop tools that make circuit creation intuitive, accessible, and fun for all ages.