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Shasta Ventures launches an AR fund

Shasta Ventures principal Jacob Mullins took to the Disrupt San Francisco stage this afternoon to announce that the venture capital firm is working to help incentivize development in the AR field with a new fund that will back eligible parties to the tune of $100,000 apiece. The Shasta Camera Fund seeks to invest in companies in the pre-seed and early seed stages for products in the augmented reality, virtual reality and “camera-first computer vision” fields.
Shasta Ventures launches an AR fund

Data.World - Brett Hurt Video

data.world is designed for data and the people who work with dataFrom professional projects to open data, data.world helps you host and share your data, collaborate with your team, and capture context and conclusions as you work.
Data.World - Brett Hurt Video

Eye-Fi Mobi | One Lap with Rob Coneybeer

In 2008, Eye-Fi launched its first product: a Wi-Fi-enabled SD card that turned any digital camera into a wireless Internet-connected deviceIn its latest version, the Eye-Fi Mobi allows users to transfer photos from a digital camera directly into a tablet or smartphone without the need for a Wi-Fi network or a PC.
Eye-Fi Mobi | One Lap with Rob Coneybeer

RelayRides Carsharing | One Lap with Rob Coneybeer

In the early days of RelayRides, owners had to install expensive hardware to enable fully automated ride-sharing, with technology that operated a lot like ZipCar’s keycard systemUnfortunately, that added a lot of friction to the supply side of the equation and made it difficult to bring new cars into the systemDuring our interview, Andre Haddad talks about how RelayRides solved that problem to unlock growth, gives a demo of how the product works today and explains why he shares real-time performance statistics directly with his board members via an online dashboard.
RelayRides Carsharing | One Lap with Rob Coneybeer

The Orange Chef | One Lap with Rob Coneybeer

Every industry is ripe for disruption, and food preparation is no exceptionTraditional recipes are static and driven by standard portion sizesWith experience, a good chef knows how to properly modify recipes according to objectives of taste and healthiness
The Orange Chef | One Lap with Rob Coneybeer