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Posts Tagged: wearables

Flybits announces second closing of $4.75M Series A financing

Vodafone expands Toronto-based company’s global partners to advance mobile platform offerings TORONTO, April 28, 2015 - Vodafone, one of the world’s largest global mobile carriers, has led a second closing of Flybits’ Series A round through Vodafone Ventures. The announcement builds on Flybits’ previously announced Series A financing in August 2014, which was led by Robert Bosch Venture Capital and Trellis Capital. This announcement was covered in the Financial Post, TechVibes, PE HUB and BetaKit. As an innovative software-as-a-service (SaaS) company, Flybits enables consumer-focused ... Read more

Onyx Motion’s digital coach Swish featured on Canada AM

UTEST company Onyx Motion's lead product, Swish -- a basketball virtual coach that currently works with Android Wear smartwatches to help basketball athletes to improve their shooting technique and emulate their heroes -- was featured on Canada AM this morning. Watch the clip of Onyx Motion's Swish on Canada AM, CTV's flagship morning show. Product feature plays after advertisements and begins at 1:40 mark. Think you've got an equally great software-based idea for a start-up? UTEST is currently recruiting for its fourth cohort. Tom ... Read more

Baycrest’s “My Virtual Dream” brain exhibit at Ontario Science Centre Jan 17-18, 2015

MaRS Innovation is a My Virtual Dream event sponsor and commercialization partner Toronto, ON (January 12, 2015) – Baycrest Health Sciences’ dazzling brain science exhibit from 2013 Scotiabank Nuit Blanche will be on show at the Ontario Science Centre’s BRAINFest, Jan. 17-18. My Virtual Dream is an innovative and interactive live performance experience at the intersection of science, art and music.  The installation will enable participants to use their brain waves to communicate with each other through an immersive audio and visual expression that ... Read more

UTEST announces third cohort of U of T software start-ups

Products range from wearable digital coaches to socially-drive financial investment tools TORONTO (Dec. 2, 2014) — The University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology (UTEST) incubator, co-directed by U of T’s Innovations & Partnerships Office (IPO) and MaRS Innovation, has announced its third cohort of computer science start-up companies. Betakit and Electronic Products &Technology covered this announcement; TechVibes featured Syncadian and Onyx Motion in recent features. The U of T magazine also featured Syncadian and CEO Hanna Janossy in this recent profile. The five companies and ... Read more