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Will it be Disney’s latest animated flick? Or a new RomCom starring Emma Stone? The billion plus dollar business of making movies is always a bit of a guessing game, with Hollywood studios typically spending big money on ventures that essentially are a huge gambles of luck.
Laser-cut cards, interactive photo booths, fabric printers, 3D models printed on the spot—if the last office party or industry event you attended featured an intriguing mix of future tech alongside the standard buffet spread, chances are, you were at a MakeLab shindig.
Buying concert tickets can be a pain, especially when tickets sell out fast or end up being sold for a much higher price on platforms like StubHub.
Many startups find themselves confronted with an interesting conundrum when developing their product. Somewhere along the journey, they discover a different problem that needs a solution. Do they stick to their plan, or do they pivot?
Music is central to our lives, but making music is not easy for everyone. Enter Medly, an iOS app that lets you make music by drawing notes on a grid to create rhythms and melodies. With access to 112 instruments, from synthesizers to classical violin, Medly is a simple but powerful tool for everyone from experienced musicians to enthusiasts, to create music.