Hungarian incubator Design Terminal on Tuesday announced the six participants in its next mentoring programme.
The six startups — three from Hungary, and one apiece from Israel, the UK and Latvia — were picked from 125 applicants from 25 countries around the world.
The Hungarian startups are GlovEye, which makes a device that “translates” printed text into Braille; Nold Technologies, which has developed a universal remote control; and CollMot, which, among other things, makes aerial light shows using drones.
LearnIT, from Latvia, organises coding clubs in primary schools; Israel’s FabriXense makes a wearable biometric sensor; and Studyx, from the UK, writes software that helps students study.
The three-month mentoring programme is the sixth one Design Terminal has organised. So far, 38 teams have participated, of whom 34 were Hungarian.
Design Terminal counts businesses such as E.ON, MOL, Knorr-Bremse and BlackRock Budapest among its partners in the programme.
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