Congratulations to Michael Jobity, The Forge client, who has been selected as a “Leading Innovator From The Class of 2020” by The Logic. Jobity is an Engineering Physics & Management undergraduate student at McMaster University, a musician and the co-founder of 2unify. 2unify is a music-tech startup offering an innovative hands-free robotic guitar tuning stand. Jobity also recently launched FlameOn (flame-on.ca), a website that connects students to industry projects across the world. “I am very humbled to be recognized as a leading innovator and thankful for the continuing support from my community in academia and the workplace,” said Jobity. “I am really excited about the future of technology and fortunate to be living in this time.”
For the third consecutive year, The Logic has reached out to Canada’s best engineering and computer science schools to nominate the rising stars, who will most likely to shape the future of Canada’s innovation economy.
The undergraduate students selected have been applying their ingenuity to the worlds of tech and finance.
2unify is the world’s first hands-free robotic guitar tuning stand, tuning any 6-string guitar in under 20 seconds with an accuracy of 2 cents. Musicians are now able to have a trusted sidekick that can accurately tune their guitars for them and lower the stresses associated with performing or practicing. 2unify also targets music stores as a retail sales channel to help customers test and tune their guitars.
The Logic was founded in 2018 to help build the future of the innovation economy by providing in-depth reporting on the organizations, policies and people driving transformational change.