REVIEW – First off, I think your videos are fantastic and work well together, although I went straight to the Venture video wanting more information. So whether or not the Elevator Pitch made me go forward and want more is difficult to say, because I still wanted to know more to make a better evaluation! In any case, the concept is great and as someone on the Wearable Technology team I think that wearable tech for assistive learning is definitely one of the greatest areas of growth overall. You have capitalized on this need for wearable tech in special needs learning. I don’t have a lot of experience dealing with students who have these types of problems, but I see that it could help me in a classroom situation regardless. At a 4.3 percent annual growth rate, and 13 billion dollar ceiling, there is no question that schools will be moving towards these types of devices in the future. I am not sure, however when you say straddling the wearable tech market, what you are referring to. Assistive needs and wearable tech are two different markets, but I see your device as strictly a wearable (might be a little biased here!) Your differentiation is well indicated that health and education is targeted together. Educational wearable tech is new but health is not so much, so there is definitely a combined effort here that will. I like your projection and funding map/graph, and it seems like you have thought about the future development of the product carefully. What I am concerned about is the actually functionality o the bracelet – do you think that a vibrating bracelet will sell? Your pitch is well done, but what about focusing on product development a bit more and considering multiple functionality of this bracelet for student with social anxiety disorder, etc. The teacher perhaps might be taxed and it is likely that the student will be constantly pressing their bracelet. What is the solution for communication between the student and teacher, and how will the bracelet support and ease the burden the teacher already has? There are some good questions, but overall, great job!