MIDDLE SCHOOL ENTREPRENEURS
What better way to design a toy-line than to let kids be the creators? That's the idea behind Wristworld. Students worked through a process of developing a prototype and ultimately a real product sold in the marketplace.
Along the way, they learned skills in 3D modeling, art design, marketing, and business.
GROWING A BUSINESS
You’ve never seen a product quite like this because there’s never been a company quite like this.
The Wristworld team initially developed a prototype, which they exhibited at the New York International Toy Fair to wide acclaim. They followed this by raising $23k on Kickstarter and turned their prototype into a real product. Now they're partnering with retailers to get their product into a store near you!
Wristworld is the first product of a new company called Real Tech, a spinoff of Loveworks Leadership. Loveworks teaches middle school students leadership and entrepreneurialism skills in Oklahoma.
The project provides a hands-on experience through collaboration with industry professionals at Trifecta Communications, providing mentoring and a technology foundation.
Trifecta Communications is an "imagination" company that uses both technology and storytelling to solve problems.