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Fine Art & Design Consulting, Maricela Sanchez Art, Bespoke CratesMaricela Sanchez Fine Art Kinobi Will Use Kinect To Teach You Yoga, Dancing Or Maybe Even Surgery YouTube makes it easy to find instructional videos on practically any topic. There are 18,600,000 search results for “how to” on the site at the moment. Obviously not all of them are relevant, but that’s a staggering number. But if you’re trying to learn a physical skill — like dancing, yoga or martial arts — how can you tell if you’re doing the moves correctly? Kinobi wants to solve this problem by using the Microsoft Kinect device to monitor your activity and give you real-time feedback. Kinobi will sell a selection of instructional videos, filmed in 3D, delivered through a web application. The company was founded by Chapman Snowdan, who started the project while he was a fellow at 4.0 Schools. “When I was a kid, I tried everything,” Chapman says. After the 4.0 Schools fellowship Kinobi joined the Launch Pad Ignition incubator in New Orleans in March 2012. Kinobi Presents During Startup Battlefield, Session Five: Disrupting Learning Q: But it’s not really live, it’s pre-recorded?
Kiip, a new model. Real rewards for virtual achievements Resumes Are Bullshit. HireArt Is Better. HireArt, a newly launched Y Combinator-backed company, is working to solve a major problem that all employers face today: resumes are bullshit. Job candidates often like to fluff up their experience, and sometimes they even outright lie about their abilities. Other times, potentially great employees are overlooked because they have unorthodox backgrounds that don’t match up with what an employer thinks they need in terms of experience. With its new applicant screening system, HireArt thinks it may have a solution: have the employees actually do the work first. Here’s HireArt’s pitch in a nutshell: “You really can’t bullshit anymore.” That’s per co-founder Elli Sharef, in explaining why the traditional resume system is broken. Instead of asking applicants to talk about their experience, HireArt has them actually perform a series of tasks. “We had varied experiences running interviews – some very good, some not so good,” explains Sharef.
The Smoffice: The World's Smallest Office Trouble waking up? This ejector bed should fix that If you're one of the 7 billion people in this world, you probably have trouble waking up in the morning. An impetuous inventor from the UK has just solved this problem. YouTuber Colin Furze built what he's calling a "High Voltage Ejector Bed," and the name pretty much says it all. Furze built a metal frame which resembles a Murphy bed, except instead of folding backwards to be flush with a wall, it pushes the bed forward away from the wall. An air compressor powers two pistons which push the bed forward at a set speed. In an email sent to Mashable, Furze said it only took two weeks to build and it worked on the first try. Anyone who could still stay asleep when this goes off is not human Anyone who could still stay asleep when this goes off is not human," said Furze in regards to the bed's effectiveness. If this seems dangerous, that's because it probably is. Colin Furze is clearly a man who knows no fear. Have something to add to this story?
Penny Is A Chat-Based Personal Finance Coach Have you ever wondered why being financially responsible can be so difficult? Maybe it’s because most money management tools are too complicated and overwhelming for the average user. Penny, a new personal finance app, is fixing this by giving users personalized financial advice via a simple chat interface. As soon as you open the app for the first time, Penny starts talking to you, almost as if you were just texting your banker. Even the traditionally tedious process of linking your bank account to a new app is done by just chatting with Penny. After your account is tied to the app, you can talk to Penny and ask her to do thing like show how much you spent on food in October, or show you a graph of your income vs. spending over the past two months. Penny also will push out information to you, doing things like reminding users how much they spent this week on food, etc. One downside with Penny is that users can’t just type requests.
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Wahanda Rebrands To Treatwell, Eyes Up U.S. Entry Wahanda, the European hair and beauty marketplace that Japan’s Recruit Holdings majority acquired last year for $117 million (at a $240 million pre-money valuation), is getting a makeover of its own. Today the company has rebranded to Treatwell. The name comes from an acquisition made in June 2015 to expand its services in Holland, Germany and Belgium. The name change and brand refresh — led by the same team that worked on Airbnb’s last overhaul — comes as the company continues to eye up how best to expand to the U.S.. There, companies like StyleSeat and Groupon offer platforms for consumers to connect with local salons for haircuts and other beauty treatments; but the majority of IT solutions focused on the hair and beauty market are to sell cloud-based software to salons without the marketplace component, according to Treatwell CEO and founder Lopo Champalimaud. “I would love to do more in the U.S. The rebrand is to help the business provide a united front as it expands globally.
PolicyGenius Raises $15 Million For Its Online Price Comparison Insurance Brokerage Brooklyn-based PolicyGenius has raised $15 million in a new round of funding to expand its price comparison insurance brokerage service. Increasingly, old line industries are coming online, and insurance, one of the last holdouts, is no different. Founded by a former McKinsey consultant who worked with the insurance industry in 2014, PolicyGenius provides users with price comparison information on life insurance, long-term disability insurance, renters insurance and pet insurance. Offering content and advice, online quotes for policies, and an easy application process for consumers to get insurance, PolicyGenius has already reached 800,000 users by the end of 2015, according to chief executive Jennifer Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald would not comment on how many of those users are policyholders or acquired policies through PolicyGenius. “It’s a $2 trillion dollar industry and it really hasn’t changed that much,” says Case.
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