Hi Johnny! Great job on your elevator pitch. I appreciated that your venture pitch was in video format as well. You have established your credibility as the CEO of Mathlandia by making mention of your experiences teaching math in Japan (and in Vancouver) and outlining the differences in the way math is taught there as opposed to in other countries. It shows that you bring another perspective to the table. It was a good segue into your pitch. I can also attest to how being immersed in something helps you to learn much better. When I first started school, I could not speak English. However, since I was immersed in an English school, I quickly learned the language. So, I agree with math being learned the same way. I love what you propose here, and you back it up with research and a sound rationale for using VR in math learning at 4:36 of your video. Your differentiator from competing VR math platforms is that Mathlandia would cover the entire math curriculum and developing real-life learning scenarios as the backdrop. This of course would require more money and time to develop, so I would like to know how much you are asking for to develop your product!