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Shockatoo, Inc.

Wearable Technology for Self-Expression in the Real World

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Shockatoo enables self-expression in the real world. Online, choices are unlimited. But in the real world, self-expression is very limited: tattoos, t-shirts, bumper stickers. We make wearable technology – think tech meets tattoo. “Show” your mood, status, or what you’re about at that moment. Digital items that display designs and messages, light up, move, and react to your environment. Control it from a smart phone and change designs any time.


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    Paul LaPorte

    Serial entrepreneur. Multiple exits. Oracle, Gain (now Sybase), BroadVision, USi (now AT&T), LoyaltyWorks, Evergreen Assurance (now Dell), Proofpoint.
    Roles: CEO, COO, VP Marketing, VP Product Marketing, VP Business Development
    Specialties: SaaS and cloud models, developing new markets, product launches, market analysis and strategy, market segmentation, and new market creation.
    MIT (engineering) & Georgetown (international MBA).

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    CJ Glynn

    Proven marketing executive with more than 20 years experience in all aspects of business at top-tier, fast-growing high tech firms including Oracle, HP, IBM, Gain Technologies / Sybase, BroadVision, and Ariba.
    Prior to Shockatoo, he was founder and managing director at Markatalyst, a premier marketing agency.
    B.S. and MEng. in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, and MBA from Cornell

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    Stephen Clemmet

    Chartered electronics engineer with more than 20 years experience in electronics product design.

    Proven track record in designing advanced electronic processor systems for controlling LED and OLED technologies.
    Lead scientist for R&D, design experience and integration.
    B.Eng. Electronic Systems Engineering degree from the University of East Anglia, UK and an MSc Electronics degree from Queen Mary and Westfield, UK.

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    Daniell Hebert

    Serial entrepreneur. Founder of Moto Development Group (sold to Cisco), MVOEM (sold to Cell Mania), and Audio Explosion (sold to Artist Direct).
    Also worked as engineer and researcher at Apple Computer and MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

    BSME, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer Science Carnegie Mellon
    Executive Program, Stanford University

    Expertise in industrial design, UX, low power bluetooth devices and mobile devices for consume


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    Adam Ruttenberg, partner at Cooley
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    Scott Bertuzzi, CPA