Wendt, Kessling Win Fourth Annual LSU Pitch Competition
November 13, 2015
BATON ROUGE - Two members of the LSU Tigers Marching Band won the Fourth Annual LSU Elevator Pitch Night competition on Wednesday evening for their invention that enables band members, while marching, to read music from smart devices instead of old-fashioned flip books.
Daniel Wendt, a finance major and the Tiger Band's drum major, and Garrett Kessling,
a business management major and saxophonist, are the co-founders of tonal Innovation,
which created the E-Flip in the LSU Student Incubator two years ago.
The product is a small, adjustable apparatus that attaches to marching band instruments and holds smart devices like tables and iPhones. Reading music from smart devices instead of bulky paper books is easier for musicians because they don't have to flip pages or deal with the glare created by the plastic coverings on paper flip books.
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LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business