Click on the picture above or the link below to find out more about the 2022 InVenture Prize competition! Relive all the exciting moments by watching the recorded broadcast. Click on each team name to learn more about the competitors and their inventions.
The Foambuster is a unique handheld tool that allows construction contractors to drastically cut down on the mess, hassle, and money spent that comes with installing exterior insulation.
Winning the inventure prize would allow us to manufacture our tool on a larger scale, to ship tools to more contractors across the country, and to improve our tool with more research and development.
An application that uses the power of Artificial Intelligence and the rule of thirds to format any number of inputted pictures into the perfect headshot within seconds and without ever sending any images to the cloud or to a third-party server.
Winning the InVenture Prize would mean being able to grow Magic Crop into a product that is ready to be licensed and sold to corporations, as well as individuals, to save us hours to days worth of time formatting pictures into uniform headshot.
Emergency Medical Drone Response System to deliver life-saving medical equipment.
Winning the Inventure Prize would help us complete prototyping of our solution, begin testing with our users, and scale our operations, ultimately taking us one step closer to saving thousands of lives and marking the beginning of a much needed transformation in the Emergency Response space.
Sola provides a data-driven supplemental insurance plan which covers immediate out-of-pocket expenses for US homeowners following losses from tornadoes.
Winning the InVenture Prize would mean showing the world that large antiquated industries can be disrupted while raising awareness for building startups that increase societal resilience. This competition will help fund our product development roadmap as we aim to launch with home insurance carriers in the next few months.
Accessible gait analysis wearable for remote monitoring of walking asymmetry.
We envision the StrideLink device becoming a key tool used both inside and outside every physical therapist’s office, as a technology capable of unlocking never before seen insights on gait while being at the forefront of remote healthcare. Winning Inventure Prize would allow us to bring our device through final stages of technical development and validation testing bringing us closer to achieving this vision.
AI-powered shopping assistant that leverages the knowledge of user experience data.
All four of us came to Georgia Tech because we like building things with technology. We love the process of identifying a problem, designing a solution, making it really, realy good, and sharing it with everyone. Winning the Inventure Prize would mean we get keep doing this thing that we love so much.