Emiola Banwo was awarded, along with Dr. Ryan McMahan, a Google Internet of Things Technology Research award.  Emiola, a senior at the University of Texas, Dallas and Ryan, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, received a grant to purchase the hardware and software necessary to turn UT Dallas into what...

https://youtu.be/8KWTtJuQYUM Virtual reality is one of those areas that has always inspired fantasies of the fantastic things technology might enable us to do. Perhaps one day, literally any experience could be lived out through advancements in technology. While the actual technology available has yet to live up to...

Dallas Startup Week included an impressive presentation that addressed the financial side of operations, as shared by Gary Wetzel, CEO and cofounder of Form.io, which focuses on engineering serverless data management workflow. In his section of the event, Wetzel outlined things to aim for, as well as things to avoid...

https://youtu.be/D2RbQML0L7o Blogging is about content, but the new trend is video. At Dallas Startup Week, a panel of YouTube/Vloggers in the fashion and entertainment industries came together to discuss the trend for fashion video and getting their brand message out. The panel was comprised of Jaleesa Howard...

https://youtu.be/swRcjiSm5zQ?list=PLBSUBckYUX-Py1kGD-x56iXUhRz31e7h6 Anyone who has ever had a home improvement project knows that going from a phone call to a contractor to a quote to a final price can be fraught with unpleasant surprises. From wildly different price quotes to hidden costs, the process often becomes a...

Performance wear meets the symphony. This might seem like an unlikely pair, but as Kevin Yu realized, it was a pairing that made formal wear more comfortable. His idea of “performal,” formal meets performance wear, is allowing musicians of the finest symphonies to perform without...

*Disclaimer: BareLabor is part of the Collide Village Accelerator. This profile originally appeared on the Collide Village blog. Nearly everyone owns a car. Very few know anything about repairing it. Going to the auto mechanic when something is wrong with one’s car can be a confusing and frustrating experience....

*Disclaimer: JobNow is part of the Collide Village Accelerator. This profile originally appeared on the Collide Village blog. Turnover is a common problem for all companies, but the revolving door of restaurant employees is a challenge of magnitude. With some restaurant chains finding themselves hiring completely new...

*Disclaimer: HomeBlis is part of the Collide Village Accelerator. This profile originally appeared on the Collide Village blog. Maintaining a home in the 21st century often requires some help. Whether it be landscape, or home cleaning, home-owers just can’t do it all themselves, nor do they...

*Disclaimer: MassVenture is part of the Collide Village Accelerator. This profile originally appeared on the Collide Village blog.  MassVenture is changing the way crowdfunding works, by letting the crowd have access to equity investments via their new online platform. No longer is millionaire status required to become...

Paul Conrady founder of Crimeseen® provided an impassioned presentation at One Million Cups Fort Worth last Wednesday about fighting crime—from your couch. Crimeseen® is the crime solving social network. Conrady created the company to facilitate communication within communities to fight crime, support the police, and to create safer...