Intero partipated in the AZ Hackathon, where we developed the first prototype for our smartphone rowing app. We met amazing developers and mentors who continue to help us today.
We took our app to AZ Startup Weekend, sponsored by Google, where we presented our first pitch. Feedback helped us realize that we needed to develop an athletic VR headset. This was the begining of our headset development!
We spent 6 weeks in the Innovate UA Accelerator, where we conducted interviews and perfected our business model and pitch. We are semi-finalsts in the accelerator.
Intero has spent the past few weeks developing and researching in Mexico City. We demoed our app and headset to rowers at the Olimpiada National, who had a great time experimenting with our new form of training.
Rodrigo is working on his PhD in computer engineering. He can develop anything he sets his mind to.
Becca’s background is in Neuroscience, Music, and Design. She’s making sure our brain works well with VR!
Pavel knows everything about athletics in Mexico. He’s helping us make amazing connections and providing coaching expertise.
Omar is pursuing his Masters in Science and Computer Engineering at UNAM.
Brenda is a CG artist and a director of Computing and Information/Communication Technologies in Mexico.
Alan is a professional rower and Pan-American Champion.
We’d like to give a shoutout to our mentor at Innovate UA, Justin Williams, as well as Anita Bell from the AZ Center for Innovation. Dan Janes from the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship has been an incredible resource. We’d also like to thank Beatrice Cahill-Camden for her wonderful asssitance with writing and editing.