Belarusian startup Kino-Mo received $ 230 thousand from Richard Branson

    Virgin Media Business supported the Belarusian Kino-Mo project, providing $ 230,000 in marketing support. The project took first place, while it was noted by Richard Branson himself, the founder and head of Virgin. The device from Kino-Mo is a device capable of showing three-dimensional images thanks to a system of rotating blades and LEDs placed on the blades.

    The technology has a lot in common with some illumination systems for bicycles, but the Kino-Mo device gives volumetric images, not two-dimensional ones. By the way, the developers of the image generation system for bicycle wheels are also members of the Kino-Mo team.

    The founders are two natives of Brest, Kirill Chikeyuk and Artem Stavenko. According to the authors of the project, the cost of such a projection device is much less than analogues. In addition to a cash prize, the project team receives free assistance from business consultants to launch the project during the year.

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