Containers are a critical part of SuperAwesome’s infrastructure. They allowed SuperAwesome to grow very rapidly without losing focus of our goals. Sometimes, some really simple changes can save you money, a simpler infrastructure, a better developer experience, and reduce maintenance.
Founded in 2014, Azoomee’s mission is to make screen time positive for kids ages 5-10.
Imagine you’re sitting in your classroom for a biology lesson on the respiratory system and instead of conventional books, we place a breathing human being right in front of you. You can remove its skin and are allowed to step inside the organs and see how the nose, larynx, heart, and lungs work together to help us breathe. Imagine how clear your understanding would be after learning this way. That’s what Orbit does.
When designing a robot buddy for students, you’d think the more realistic looking the robot, the more appealing, right? Not so, says academic-turned-entrepreneur Laura Boccanfuso.
Andiamo aims to bring 3-D scanned and printed orthotics to families and children in the UK—and soon, the world. What the London-based startup, through 3-D scanning and printing, has the potential to solve for is what every great new technology brings to the party: a better, faster, and cheaper approach.