Fall 2015 Demo Day
Last Wednesday, the PCH Innovation Hub in San Francisco once again opened its doors to host the fifth Highway1 Demo Day, where our startups got the chance to show the world what they've been up to.
Below is the Fall 2015 class video a photo recap of the day.
First up, Moti is here to help you build better habits through science and feedback that actually works.
Compression Kinetics is making world-class dynamic compression for athletic recovery mobile, beautiful, and affordable.
If you run a wireless or mobile network, Asimmetric’s bot will let you know when you’ve got problems, so you can give users the best experience possible.
Teach your kids about programming without ever looking at a screen with Primo’s Cubetto playset, good for ages 3 and up.
Nexi uses color and light to visualize your household energy consumption, helping you manage cost and save the environment.
Adapting machines to take credit card payments is a slow, painful process; Dot Dash Pay’s plug-and-pay solution makes it quick and easy.
You can make your home smart, but making your windowblinds smart is costly and difficult — or at least it was before FlipFlic, whose installation takes seconds.
UpDroid wants to make it easier and cheaper for anyone to build a robot with their modular robotics and development platform.
And then it was time for lunch. The crowd of press and investors enjoyed gourmet sliders from the Me So Hungry truck and artisanal organic treats from Johnny Doughtnuts, while talking with the startups. Congratulations everyone, you all did an amazing job.