No, I would not invest in this venture. As a parent myself, I could not justify spending $40 on something that we can easily make from scratch or learn from a potato clock kit. I do not think the app adds much educational value either; children can benefit more by manually analyzing than letting the app track how much power the battery is producing. I agree with the founders that all students have potential to become brilliant scientists and engineers, but there are other great STEM technologies that enable kids to reach this potential. In addition, sometimes kids can learn more by making things themselves than by letting technology do most of the creative and scientific thinking.