BRISTOL, UK—Silas Adekunle is the CEO and founder of Reach Robotics, a very innovative company that uses robots to intertwine gaming with education for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Mr. Adekunle has raised more than $7 million to fund his invention, and just recently he signed a major deal to sell his gaming robots in all 360+ Apple stores around the world.
Reach Robotics is a UK tech-startup based in Bristol. For the past four years, Founding CEO Silas Adekunle, alongside co-founders John Rees and Chris Beck, has been developing MekaMon, the world’s first gaming robot. Founded in 2013, Reach Robotics aims to bring high-end robotics and augmented reality to mainstream gaming audiences and provide the tools for future robotics and STEM education.
MekaMon, designed and powered by Reach Robotics, is a robot like no other. As the world’s first true gaming robot, MekaMon competes in intense real life battles and single player augmented reality (AR) combat. AR Mode pits users against artificial intelligence (AI) enemies in king-of-the-hill training simulations. Controlled entirely through user iOS or Android smart devices, MekaMon introduces a unique hybrid of virtual and real world play through next level robotics, gaming, and AR.
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