Our friends from Íverksetarahúsið from The Faroe Islands, visited Innovation House last week. They learned about the idea behind Innovation House in Iceland and meet some of the startups as well. 😃
Íverksetarahúsið is an entrepreneurial house located in Klaksvík, yet its activity spans across the entire Faroe Islands. In addition to rendering help and counsel to Faroese entrepreneurs and businesses, Íverksetarahúsið is also responsible for instructing primary and lower secondary school teachers in entrepreneurship, which they in turn can teach their students. Íverksetarahúsið further offers entrepreneurs in-house office spaces in Klaksvík
Privacy is not just a personal matter
The loss of our privacy is a loss for society and democracy. In a surveillance society, the impact of data collection is not just personal because collective privacy is lost too.
The vision of Vivaldi is simple – users should be in control of how the browser looks, feels and works. This new upgrade allows users to browse with features that adapt to them, a style that fits and the values that they can stand by. Download now at Vivaldi.com
From our friends in Porcelain Fortress: “Blood, sweat, tears and sleepless nights have gone into crafting this masterpiece of gaming!
Soon you will be able to experience it too!” No time to relax – promo
Genki Instruments is a music tech startup striving to make technology feel natural.
Their first product is Wave, a ring that lets musicians control sound, shape effects and send commands with the motion of their hands. Wave adds a layer of creative control on top of the instruments musicians use and allows them to express themselves in a more visual and natural way than ever before.
Kúla Bebe is produced in Iceland, and packaged at Kúla’s Headquarters at Innovation House in Eiðistorg. People will be able to buy it at Vodafone stores in Iceland, with global availability to follow shortly. More
Parity, one of the company at Innovation House, is finishing a prototype of their first video game, Island of Winds. The video game is inspired by Icelandic nature, history and folklore. It is a vast interactive world with harsh weather conditions where players will start their journey as witch in the 17th century. The founder, María Guðmundsdóttir, got the idea to start her own video games company while traveling on the Trans-Siberian express in 2014. Interview with María in icelandic: Með norn á teikniborðinu
Congratulation Inspirally! Inspirally helps creative people collaborate on their ideas. It allows people to take and manipulate pictures and videos to be shared with other people for collaboration. Interior designers and architects are already using the product, according to a statement. Read more on Northstack.