Winners 2013-2014 | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Winners 2013-2014


Overall 1st Place/Top Software: PeekBite
2nd Place/Top Hardware: Skinesiology
3rd Place: SensD

Hardware Finalists:

SensD, Haptic device that provides safe turn-by-turn navigation for Bikers
Skinesiology, Fitness Apparel that will help you burn more calories.
C-Cubed Robotics, The blank canvas of robotics

Software Finalists:

Urlinq, Academic Social Networking
PeekBite, Seamless for Sit In Restaurants
Realeyes, Social Platform Opening Up New Lines of Makeup Discovery.


More Team Information


With a focus on cyclists, SensD provides navigation through a haptic wearable device over traditional screens.

Physiclo (Formerly Skinesiology):
Interested in burning extra calories while on the go? Physiclo provides functional fitness apparel that does just this.

C^3 Robotics: 
Geared towards summer camps, C^3 Robotics motto is “The blank canvas of robotics,” a tool that saves money on materials and teaches children all they need to know about robotics. 

Urlinq is a software platform that provides academic circles a social network between faculty and students. 

PeekBITE is “Seamless for sit-in restaurants.” Want to preview what you order ahead of time? PeekBITE allows you to do so, while streamlining the POS system for the restaurant. 

Realeyes is a website offering new lines of makeup for traditionally marginalized members in the fashion market. 


Demo Day Judges:

Frank Rimalovski, Executive Director of the NYU Entrepreneurial Institute
Lucas Nelson, Principal at DFJ Gotham
Owen Davis, Managing Director at NYC Seed
Micah Kotch, Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at NYU School of Engineering
Alexander Pease, Analyst at Union Square Ventures
Chris Snyder, Business Development Manager for NYU OIL