Kansas City startup MyGeoTrex to present today at DEMO conference
MyGeoTrex, which is made by a Kansas City startup by the same name, is designed to enhance the entertainment, informational or educational experience associated with specific locations through the sharing of multi-media content relevant to those places. The app (left) uses GPS technology to enable users to tag locations and lets those users create, publish, share and view multi-media content related to that location. The content, including text, photos, audio and video, can be kept private or shared with individual friends, specific groups or the general public.
"MyGeoTrex is the first social networking mobile application designed to leverage the smartphone's powerful multi-media capabilities and location based technology into an open platform for creating and sharing enhanced multi-media content associated with specific locations anywhere in the world," Eric Small, the founder and CEO of MyGeoTrex, said in a press release. "Now individuals, businesses, and organizations will be able to create rich, multi-media content for informational or entertainment purposes, and share it privately among individual friends or groups, or to the general public via the web and mobile devices."
MyGeoTrex just recently appeared on SPN's radar, so we're still familiarizing ourselves with the startup and its flagship app. We plan to follow up with more about MyGeoTrex in the future, but for now you can learn more by watching the MyGeoTrex presentation at DEMO. Per the conference agenda that presentation will take place today sometime between 11:50 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. CDT.
DEMO, which kicked off Tuesday in Santa Clara, Calif., is a bi-annual event that gives startups the opportunity to launch their products in front of an audience of innovators, influencers, investors and journalists. Some 80 startups will present at the event, which runs through Thursday.
Credits: Screenshot from marketwire.com.