Swiss Startup Factory and Red Bull Media House accelerate startup project MICTIC

26.10.2017 16:52
MICTIC SSUF

MICTIC is a portable sensor that converts motion in real-time into sounds. Red Bull Media House sees a high potential in the startup and partnered up with Swiss Startup Factory supporting MICTIC. The team will get support in financing, coaching, sales, mentoring, office space, and access to a large entrepreneurial and investor network.

MICTIC is a portable sensor that converts sounds into real-time motion. All activities are enriched with real or artificial interactive sounds. There are many examples on how you can use MICTIC. There is the possibility to create sounds. With two sensors, instruments are controlled by means of movement. You do not dance to the music, but the music dances after you!

Other than that, you can do sport in a new fun way. For example when you play tennis the ball contact, the strength of the beat and the movement of the bat are designed acoustically.

MICTIC consists of seven experienced team members. The Co-Founders are Rolf Hellat and Markus Schaub (see picture above, third and second from the right, with the SSUF founders). The tailored accelerator program for MICTIC takes place at the Swiss Startup Factory in Zurich and has started on the 16th of October. The program will last until the end of the year. MICTIC gets support in financing, coaching, sales, mentoring, office space, and access to a large entrepreneurial and investor network. During this time the team of seven will get the possibility to push their company to new heights and conquer the market. An important goal is the development of a MVP (minimal viable product) that can be tested on the platforms of Red Bull Media House.

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