Schools that lack access to high quality STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education are known as
Just as a desert has an oasis, we are creating STEAMIE (STEM + art, innovation, and entrepreneurship) oases at kid-friendly spaces with our platform.
We want to create tech that’s consumed in a safe and healthy way by kids.
We're Cool Jellybeans!
At Cool Jellybeans!, we shape Generation Alpha into masters of technology who use, develop, and invent tech in ways that are appropriate, safe, healthy, and ethical.
Sleep deprivation among children is now recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a public health epidemic. The improper use of tech gadgets is one of the biggest reasons for “screenagers” not sleeping well. There are correlations between sleeping and school success, and sleeping and STEM achievement.
We've written the upcoming children’s picture book called Cool Jellybeans! Changes for Better Sleep that helps kids adopt healthy habits around tech. This is the first book in our series, Healthy Relationships with Technology. It's edited by Jennifer Rees, a premiere children's book editor of award-winning titles, including The Hunger Games series.
Cote d'Ivoire in West Africa
The first generation to be completely immersed in technology from birth
About Parent Company
Tiered World Studios develops diverse playful experiences for diverse audiences.
The world is built in tiers—real life, XR spaces, cyberspace, social media. We believe gaming is a way to make compelling connections within the home, businesses, and the world around.
We build games and each other up.
The world is your video game.
Tiered World Studios (TW) grew out of a team of graduate students cross-disciplined in Entertainment Arts and Engineering, Computer Science and Electronic Engineering from the University of Utah. We’ve been working together for three years exploring many different kinds of gaming projects.
Placed 2nd in Children’sHealth Virtual Innov8 4 Kids Challenged; Top 10 in Google's competition Infinite Deviation; placed Top 25 in Echoing Green Fellowship; placed in Bench to Bedside, a medical innovation competition, for Navitas that was later renamed Xcadation; and, won two awards at the Games4Health for Best Prototype and Most Innovative for Navitas that was later renamed Xcadation.