Coprix Media, the startup that focuses on gamifying science, through a simple, data-driven game has been selected as the winner of the Spark.me Startup Challenge and has won the chance for a fully covered trip to TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco.
Coprix Media is a start-up that aims to help develop a world where talented people can be discovered at early stages, through full access to top quality education and through active help in the development of natural affinities. And to contribute towards this goal, they have launched products like: The interactive spelling book, an interactive touch-based game which helps kids learn how to write letters, Interactive Mathematics, a math learning system which utilizes a back-end system to analyze and collect data, in order to provide insights for kids progress and Coprix Laboratory which allows your students to perform any type of specialized laboratory exercises in Chemistry, Physics or Electrotechnics without the fear of breaking expensive equipment or hurting themselves.
The products can be ordered online through a sign-up form where some details are required for the school, prior to receive the product for educational purposes.
8 other startups pitched as well during the startup competition at Spark.me, while an audience of over 250 participants got the chance to listen to great talks from speakers like Ramon Deleon, Paul Papadimitriou, Christopher Fabian, Pankaj Ghemawat, Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi, Steli Efti, Marvin Liao and many more, who drawed a great line towards the importance of people in the process of developing technologies.