The latest episode of the Innovation Alley podcast is out. This time we talk about developing your product to scratch your own itch and idea validation. The guest is Luc Bohunicky from Consultica and you can listen to it here.
In this episode Scott, Mike, Kerry, and I talk about crowd funding fails, scams, and the whole mentality of backing a kickstarter project.
In this episode we talk about building a minimum viable product and how I have tried to do that with PanoPla.
PanoPla is a new technology start-up located on innovation alley. The focus of the company is to help businesses, realtors, schools, and users to build and share their own virtual tours and VR content. PanoPla was developed locally by talented developers and is growing it’s user base over 34 countries in just 5 months.
The tool makes it easy for anybody to take a virtual field trip, travel the world, show a home, or go to Mars.
This past weekend was the 8th Ramp up Weekend, presented by Innovate Manitoba. If you are not familiar with Ramp up then you should be. The weekend is 55 hours to build an MVP and start a company. We have competed in the past and actually started a product out of the weekend.
We have been lucky enough to attend numerous events here in Winnipeg, Manitoba about bringing technology into the class room and to show educators what kind of tools we are using to innovate right now. We have decided to build a simple guide for schools who want to find the resources needed to do so.
It has been a while since I wrote starting up, I have been busy with my business (which is a good thing). When I started Bit Space Development I set out to learn. If I was going to start a business and fail, I would have learned about failing. If I built something that was sucessfull I would have learned how to succeed. What I didn’t anticipate was how much I would learn in such a short amount of time.
Using Banana Pi, learn how to install and build basic projects from start to end
Learn all the fundamentals and uses of Banana Pi to build projects in a short amount of time
A step-by-step practical guide that teaches you how to get up and start running with Banana Pi to start working on your own projects
The Rikomagic MK12 arrived yesterday morning. I like these devices, Rikomagic has made some interesting stuff in the past like the MK802. This device is like a tiny PC with some pretty good specs. It runs Android and is ready for your TV.