Artomatix Is An Artificially Intelligent Game Designing App

artomatix 3 The video game industry is worth a staggering $80 billion. What’s crazier is that more than 60% of game development costs are spent on efforts related to the painstaking process of designing in-game art. Artomatix, launching today out of SF Disrupt’s Startup Battlefield, is looking to greatly reduce the amount of cash and man hours pumped into designing immersive gaming… Read More

Track Your Cat’s Eating Habits With Some Cardboard And A Spare Android Phone

Screen Shot 2015-09-21 at 5.06.55 PM My favorite thing about Disrupt is that you never know what you’re going to find in the Startup Alley. I walked through the Taiwan Pavilion and found a company called CatFi. They make a product called CatFi Box that uses 3D facial recognition to track how much your cats are eating. If you have more than one cat, you’re going to love this one. Say you have 5 cats, one of them is… Read More

Cohero Health Aims To Improve Patient Care For The 26 Million American Asthma Sufferers

cohero health 1 Cohero Health, a startup that aims to improve care and medicine adherence for people with respiratory issues just debuted its comprehensive connected health platform for asthma patients on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2015. Starting today, anyone with asthma is encouraged to sign up to become an early user. In the U.S. alone, 26 million people suffer from asthma, according to… Read More

The “Just In Case” Bag

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Zumper: One-Third Of San Francisco’s Rent Is Attributable To VC Funding

Rent Prices and VC Funding Well, this is sure provoke to some debate. Zumper, a venture-backed startup that focuses on creating a more efficient and transparent apartment rental marketplace, ran a study of housing costs in tech hubs across the United States. They’re arguing that one-third of San Francisco’s rents are attributable to venture capital funding. Last year, venture firms invested $49 billion… Read More