Growing up, Andrew had a passion for playing video games with friends. Despite his love for the games he played, Andrew realized that there was a major lack of physical activity in traditional gaming. Andrew came to Leangap to bridge the health benefits of physical exercise and the joy of gaming. By connecting virtual reality goggles to a drone camera suspended from the ceiling, Andrew and his team allowed users to view themselves from a third-person view. Their startup, Eagle-Eye Games, developed special games to create a competitive feel for users playing games in the system. At Leangap, Andrew’s team tested Eagle-Eye Games with over 150 high school students at a live event in Boston.
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Leangap is not your ordinary summer program. Every year, we invite a handful of teenagers from around the world to Boston and San Francisco, where they embark on an intense five-week journey to build real, scalable companies.