Studyum, the decentralized edtech startup with ambitious plans to change the face of education, has signed one of the world’s most renowned digital design agencies. Fantasy will develop the first generation of Studyum’s learning management system and sports app.
With offices in New York, San Francisco, and London, Fantasy (established in 1999) boasts a veritable who’s who of global brands, including Ford, Google, Salesforce, Microsoft, and Netflix, to name but a few. The agency also developed the Masterclass platform, another major name in the edtech space.
Speaking of the partnership, Studyum’s CEO, Igor Dyachenko commented:
“To have an agency of such caliber on board with us is a literal dream-come-true for me. Fantasy’s strategic approach to digital design is awe-inspiring, and the fact that they’ve chosen to work with us makes me incredibly proud of the Studyum concept and the opportunities that lie ahead.”
Using the foundations of Studyum’s MVP and working closely with the company’s senior team, Fantasy will create the fire-generational version of Studyum’s much-anticipated sports training app. The app promises to offer interactive sports learning on a level never seen before and will incorporate a combination of emerging technologies, including AI, smart chat, 3D avatars, and facial recognition.
Commenting on this exciting development, Firdosh Tangri, CEO of Fantasy, said, “At our core, Fantasy is a world-class product innovation company focused on creating captivating human experiences that transform industries alongside our client partners. Through our immersive Think Beyond process, we holistically combine strategic experience design, real human empathy, and deep digital strategy.
As an innovative company that brings clear and future value to their audience, Studyum is an obvious fit both for our process and our interests. We’re incredibly excited to dive in with their team, bringing this platform to life for sports educators, students, and well beyond.”
Studyum is in the throes of planning their IDO (Initial DEX Offering). Fantasy will commence its onboarding process shortly after the IDO is complete.
Studyum connects quality learning, teaching, and training, on a level never seen before. Combining AI, facial recognition, and smart-chat, the learning management system will customize students’ needs in real-time. With Studyum, the student decides how and when they want to learn.
The company intends to incorporate NFT gamification for its students, so as well as uploading content in 2D or 3D, educators will be able to create unique NFT collectible cards, which students can then buy, trade, and swap.