STATE COLLEGE, Pa. April 18–Rain Reality, a student-run edtech startup based in State College, Pennsylvania, will present at the ASU + GSV Summit this May in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Co-founders Elaine Demopolis and Ria Bhatia will speak about Rain Reality’s new augmented reality app for Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center on the Venture and Growth Stage on Wednesday, May 10 at 10 a.m. at the Grand America Hotel.
“Ria and I are both excited to head to this conference—it’s an amazing opportunity for us to meet hundreds of people who are game changers in the field of K-12 education,” Rain Reality Co-founder Elaine Demopolis said.
ASU + GSV is a three-day conference hosted by Arizona State University and GSV Acceleration Fund, a venture capital fund investing in education and learning solutions. The annual summit is an opportunity for those in the learning and talent innovation community to connect with potential employers and employees, raise startup funds, and hear from the top players in the Edtech industry.
About Rain Reality
Rain Reality, LLC is a Penn State student-run startup on a mission to redefine education by bringing engaging technologies to all kinds of learning environments. Founded in 2016 and headquartered in State College, Pennsylvania, the team creates supplementary content for education centers using augmented reality, artificial intelligence and 3-D learning interfaces.