Jayden Yosefzai is the CEO of Essential Dynamics, a technology business that is bringing out the world's first 3D Food Printers & the Design website Mongasso.com. Their 3D Printers will print with a multitude of materials and Mongasso will be the Design Studio.
century is going to be defined by robotics technology. Our interaction with robots will be the paradigm shift that defines this century and beyond. It will lead to a future filled with possibilities and opportunities. However, this situation is predicated in how we as a species define our role with robotics. Essential Dynamics was founded on the principal that robotics can enhance not only human performance but can also help bring out the best in humans. There exists a set of skills that we, as humans, uniquely possess that neither another specie nor technology can ever match. Essential Dynamics core mandate is to match up those great unique skills with nascent promising technologies, resulting in the amplification of those said skills.
The Imagine 3D Printer
is a multi-material machine that is designed to be user-friendly. The concept of 3D Printing or on-demand manufacturing, in the home, is very new. Most people don’t even know about it, let alone understand how to utilize on-demand manufacturing in a manner beneficial to them. Imagine’s mandate is two-fold. First, we have to bring the masses into the zone of 3D printing and second, we have to simplify the technology to the level that the average user can make the most of it.
In order for the masses to acclimate to the technology, our goal is to provide them with a machine that offers maximum flexibility. Imagine’s ability to utilize multiple materials in printing 3D objects gives it the broadest possible range of utilization. You are only limited by your imagination.
During the coming years, some of Essential Dynamics’ other core projects will be coming online including Mongasso and Soar. Mongasso.com is an online community of creative users who are engaging in designing for 3D printing. Soar is our Nano-UAV. It is designed to give you an aerial view of the environment. With Soar you will become 30 feet tall.
The most challenging aspect of a startup business is bringing on people who can capture your vision and then coalesce around it to make it a formidable directive. In a world full of opportunities, finding talent that can focus in on nascent developing technology is probably the hardest task. The most rewarding part of being a startup is the response from people from all walks of life. People’s enthusiasm about Essential Dynamics’ vision is the fuel that keeps us burning the midnight oil. If we had no effective reason to persist, the overwhelming response we receive, on a daily basis, is enough to keep us going.
In the long term, Essential Dynamics’ future will be defined collectively by the people who work at the company and, far more importantly, by its product users. From inception, we have been a company that was designed for the user and by the user.
Since the time of Homo habilis,
about 2.5 million years ago, our very existence has been defined by innovation. We are, in essence, a derivative of innovation. Utilizing hand tools allowed Homo habilis
to bring down bigger game and consume more protein. Utilization of fire enhanced consumption of said protein. Innovation is part of our DNA. To think of it as a recent phenomenon, is to understate its role in our development. Effectively, innovation is the very definition of humanity. It permeates every corner of our existence. With such a prominent stature, it is not only our obligation, but our solemn duty to nurture and foster innovation. When we remain cognizant of its centrality in our journey, we will find it easy to make the choices that allow it to flourish and consequently allow us to flourish; with results as far reaching as the difference between Homo habilis
and Homo sapiens
Innovators and startups walk the road less traveled. Innovators’ individual fields and expertise may vary, but the experience of traversing a less traveled road is, in and of itself, of great value to future innovators. If government can foster greater relations with established innovators and budding innovators, not only do those two parties win, but we as a nation, win. We see to fruition great products for society.
If government creates a tax break structure for existing companies that encourages them to match up with budding innovators and guide them through the process, all of society would benefit. It would lead to job creation, innovative products and economic prosperity for all. The sum of the pieces would far exceed the individual pieces. It would be the epitome of synergy.