I have a cheeky question for you, right? So since you already looking for funding, let's say you got hold of an investor and okay this busy investor. He said well, you have 15 seconds before my taxi arrived, right? Okay, what would you tell him in 15 seconds? I'll give you 10 seconds to frame your pitch. Hmm. Okay, so that's the sec. Okay, so we have this revolutionary board gaming technology which brings the virtual world into reality and it also mixes things up with iot and we feel that you would really be interested in taking a look. So that would be my one liner to the investor.Awesome great. Well, thank you very much for that. So then you have a co-founder as well. Yeah, right. So, how did you guys meet? What would you look for in a co-founder when you're looking for one? So there has to be this connection in the form of the way you look at things. Like you wouldn't you would want the co-founder to be thinking on the same level and you know would be thinking of the same future with the company. That would be the most important things you both have to be thinking about the same things. Otherwise a little ways down the line you will end up with the conflicts. That's the first thing and someone who would understand and take care of responsibilities properly because sometimes you just start with someone and then they just won't so much efforts in your startup because having a start-up is quite challenging. You would be knowing about that. Yeah, how do you guys meet? We met working on one of our projects again. So we met while we were doing our engineering together and we met during our second years out of the four-course, and we were working on a project a community project for the college where you were making a technology a line set up with which involved you know, giving out a nice lighting output visually appealing output for the entrance of any college event, and that's how we started off. Okay, so you met in your college and then you were looking towards common goal. And yeah like yeah that aligned with that technology like my skill set was just complimenting his and then we took off from there. Okay? Yeah complementary skills. That's another good. As well. Yeah, it's really good. So right I don't think your team is too big now is four five people now. We are a team of six currently. There are two of us co-founded the startup and then there are android developers and others working on the IT backend in so why did you choose to be an entrepreneur? It's challenging and I get to work on my own dreams. You see when I go home and sleep at nighttime this thing about the amazing stuff that I've done today something that just gives you a satisfaction that yes. Yes, you're doing something which is going to lead to a better future. It's going to be you know, working on some technology that inductively groundbreaking few years down the line or it may be even now. Is the challenge that the whole environment gives at you and at the same time you get exposure of so many things like I being from tech background having a startup has, you know exposed me to a lot of things in terms of business and commerce and manufacturing and so many things like I have a degree in electronics engineering but the same time, you know, it has exposed me to so much in it so much in manufacturing. So the exposure that I get at the challenge that is there in this field. It just appeals to me. Wow, such challenge and satisfaction and exposure. Yeah, great. Great. So tell me ever since you started right? It's all right. It's almost one year since you began your entrepreneurship Journey, right? Yes, so Tell us what's the one challenging or toughest moment you came across so far? Challenging in the toughest moment. Is it in terms of manufacturing for us since we are a hardware startup. And what happens is it's a different thing to develop a prototype and then it's altogether different thing when you want to manufacture and sell that product out. So manufacturing has been quite a challenge for us to you know, cut the costs and give that quality and things like that. How do you overcome that challenge? We've just been experimenting and trying to you know, approached various vendors and run parallel operations. Not just with one person because then the chances of someone screwing up somewhere and then that's going to directly impact us. We've been experimenting with various manufacturers then when there's trying to get samples out of them and trying to see there's a quality control measures and things like that. Hmm. Okay. Okay experiment. Yes, and second challenge is you have to be one but I'll tell you one more second challenge is getting a product out in the market because once you have your technology sorted it's ready for you know ready for the user getting it out in the market is really crucial and with the product like ours which is new and something that has never been there. Now before educating the user that something like this exists is is the second biggest challenge that once you have a stable product, okay. How does the user know something like this exists if the user wants so he will not buy so that has been the second biggest challenge to do you have some competition. I mean it helps when you have some competition isn't it like both your competition and you or trying to educate users or trying to get your product out there so that people will know that these products exist. Do you have something like that? As of now, we don't have something like a competition because we kind of features that our board offers is just unique and no others are company or there's no competition as such as of now, but again, the competition comes in parts like small just two or three features are offered by another company. Yeah, but again, that's all together. You know, we have like lots of feature. So educating the user that like a complete package exists is what we are trying, okay.