They have yet to launch but you can learn more at highscorehouse.com.
Kyle Seaman is an entrepreneur from PEI where he started his first business when he was 14. His next projects involved tourism, grocery delivery and eventually focused on technology. In 2008 he moved to Montreal to attend the John Molson School of Business and to enter into the technology and startup community of the city.
Discovering a serious lack of entrepreneurial spirit amongst university students, Kyle help found Startupifier. Other projects include http://theShelf.ca, an innovative solution to the textbook buying and selling problem.
Theo Ephraim is a seasoned web developer with experience in all parts of the process. A recent McGill grad, he focused his academic research on using computer vision techniques to enable new methods of human computer interaction and projector-camera systems. During his undergrad, he published a paper on the first Flash-based real-time face detector. Then he was sent on a funded international research exchange with the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi where he developed an ultra-fast finger and arm tracking algorithm that may reveal some insight into how our brains handle shape segmentation.
He has a passion for interface design and bringing big ideas to life.