Can a high-tech, sensor-infused ball help a generation of device-addicted kids be more active? One startup is about to find out.
Seattle-based Play Impossible is coming out of stealth mode and just announced a $1 million investment round that included participation from Two Sigma Ventures, Ben Franklin Technology Partners, and WestRiver Group, the firm led by TopGolf Entertainment Group Co-Chairman Erik Anderson.
The company has developed a smart, connected inflatable ball that looks completely normal from the outside but has a bevy of electronics inside - accelerator, barometer,...
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