|Published:||Feb 07, 2013 5:00 PM EST|
|Updated:||Feb 07, 2013 6:05 PM EST|
NAPLES, Fla. - This could be the future of home security. And this controller could change the face of video game technology.
"You can't get this type of experience with a tv because with a tv youre hindered to face directly the tv," said Roger Romero, the creator of Modded Apps.
These are some of southwest Florida's brightest inventors. Eight will showcase their creation tonight at the Venture X Naples Pitch Night.
"This area, people think of tourism, they think of real estate, and they're really not aware of all the other cool things that are happening right here so I think you'll be impressed," said David Diamond, the co-founder of Venture X.
Each inventor has five minutes to give a demonstration. Then they'll get feedback and hopefully make a business connection.
"Some of these guys will be looking to raise money to help them with their new company, but not only that, some are looking for talent..and looking for one or two people to add to it and help them develop further," said Diamond.
From focusing on your breathing with the "Buddha Mind" app
"For the first time we have a tool to hold us accountable to a meditative state," said Kirk Kaiser, the app's creator.
To a wi-fi enabled door bell called "Chime."
"This is the worlds smart door bell," said Kevin Barnhill, the CEO of Chime LLC.
Even an interactive video game controller that puts you right in the middle of the action.
"It's got vibration feed back so it's really bringing this to life for me," said Romero.
For more information about Venture X, visit http://venturex.co/
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