March Madness app that its developers, two former Texas A&Menvironmental design students, say will make it easy and fun to fill out brackets and compete with friends and family for the title of best bracket in the land.
It’s the latest product by Studio Neat founders Dan Provost ’07 and Tom Gerhardt ’07. Their products, which have earned acclaim in the New York Times andGizmodo, include the Glif, an iPhone stand and tripod mount and theCosmonaut, a wide-grip stylus for touchscreen devices.
Backers of the project, which has already met its $10,000 funding goal, can contribute $1 or more for the project until March 5 on Kickstarter, a crowdfunding site where Provost and Gerhardt successfully raised funds for the Glif and the Cosmonaut.
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