HAX Class 6

A batch of companies in the HAX Accelerator

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Accelerator batch companies

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Kokoon

Kokoon is a company that had developed headphones equipped with EEG brain sensing technologies, machine learning algorithms, and ergonomics to help users sleep better

BBB Tech is a company that develops devices and applications that are designed to enable early stage diagnosis.

FeetMe developed connected insoles that collect data and analyze ecological environment. FeetMe records gait and run metrics monitoring for patient and athletes.

Flair is a Berkeley, California-based company founded by Kenny Tay.

Arduboy is a miniature game system the size of a credit card. It comes installed with a classic 8-bit game and can be reprogrammed from a library of open source games available on the online Arduboy Arcade. Games for the Arduboy are made by users.

Electroloom is a San Francisco-based company founded by Marcus Foley.

Company developing sensor technology for the wrist to able to read and understand finger movements.

Motion Metrics creates hardware and software to help you improve your skiing technique.

Company developing devices that decorate fingernails.

MOAI is a company founded by Andy Zhong.

Picbuy is a company founded by James Zhan, Dorothy Zhang and Rena Le.

Lir Scientific is a San Francisco-based healthcare company founded by Jean Rintoul.

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