Yes, I would invest in this venture. The company’s hook that it “develops toys to help kids learn about the world through technology and play” makes it clear what the venture is about, its vision, and the potential for future products. The pitch focuses on the importance of skills development such as problem solving at an early age, while the product itself is a tool for developing those skills. This means several viable products can be developed with that overall goal in mind, as opposed to be limited by the success of a single product. The pitch also addresses a large potential market for the venture’s products by mentioning that kids as creators of technology, and not just consumers, is “the new normal.” The ask in the pitch video is $110.00 or more to “help kids find their innate ability as digital creators,” which gives investors a Complete Dough Universe kit and their name in the app’s credits. Daniel and Bethany, the founders who are pitching in the video, are engaging and appear genuinely passionate about helping children develop their creative and scientific skills.