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Haptic Scientist/Synesthesia Tech Lead at Enhance,inc/Synesthesia Lab
Nobu is a Haptic Scientist and the Tech Lead of Synesthesia Lab. He took part developing Synesthesia Wear, which is a wearable device that has a vibrator attached to the entire garment, allowing the wearer to experience the sensation of touching an object in virtual space with their hands, and to send and receive two-dimensional communication by sensing the body’s movements.
Nobu is also currently a doctoral student at Keio University Media Lab.
CEO/Founder of MAGARIMONO
Ayato Tsumagari worked for a pharmaceutical company after graduating from a liberal arts college, and then decided to follow his hear to pursue in a career in fashion as a shoemaker and an entrepreneur. He and his team at MAGARIMONO aspire to challenge to update handmade techniques with technology.
Co-Founder & CEO of LUMOS
Eu-wen is the co-founder and CEO of Lumos, a next-generation bike helmet. Lumos is reinventing how cyclists are being seen on the road and staying safe.
Lumos’s helmets have been named one of the Designs of the Year by the London Design Museum, named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things, TIME Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2018, and is also the first helmet of any kind to be sold in over 300 Apple Stores worldwide.
Co-founder and Chief Hustler, UNSPUN
Walden grew up in Hong Kong and has operating, investment and strategy experience in e-commerce, retail & fashion with lululemon, IDEO, GGV Capital, Goldman Sachs and OC&C Strategy Consultants. He holds a bachelor degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and an MBA degree from Stanford Graduate School of Business. See UNSPUN.
Incubation & Ecosystem at The Mills Fabrica
Maggie manages The Mills Fabrica’s incubation programme by providing connections and exposure. She also curates the startup community through organizing ecosystem building initiatives and developing a new HK Startups Ecosystem Network.
Maggie previously worked at a startup incubation hub leading the corporate innovation projects in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area.