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The startup conference Login took place in Vilnius last week. In a classic format, a startup competition took place. The winners are:
Dragdis is an app that allows to save online content via drag-and-drop functionality. It sort of like Evernote Clipper but instead of tagging a piece of online content auto-clipped by Evernote, the user has to select the content and then drag it to a bookmark folder. Other possible solutions include Pocket for reading, and Pinterest for images. Dragdis claims to have more than 30,000 subscribers. You can meet the startup at the Startup Lithuania Roadshow. Here is more in a video.
Bliu Bliu is a platform to learn minor languages, that we have covered in 2013 after the Lithuanian startup won TechChill Baltics. Bliu Bliu educates by providing users the online content for their level of the language learning, and the users have to click on the words they understand to adjust the difficulty level. The starup is in beta. Here is more.
SkyBiometry, characterized by Startup Lithuania as “lightweight”, is actually a spin-off of a biometric company. It brings biometric technology such as face detection via an API. The main features are face identification, gender, glasses identification that may be useful in specific monitoring applications. One of the functionalities is a face recognition.
Neurontools won a special prize for its market research tools that scan and analyze facial expressions and eye tracking to establish a user response to the content they see on their screens. An interesting application of this technology would be an integration with Google Analytics.
The organizers reviewed more than 50 startups.
P.S. The headline of this post would probably not make sense to an outsider.
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