Hexagon Lavish®: The Most Viable Investment in Science

Hexagon Lavish® is an Atlanta, Georgia-based scientific R&D startup established in its early days back in 2014 by Desmond J. Watson with Zheng Zhai and the late Dr. Robert Kulver as the first two individuals to have been employed at the startup. 

As of 2015, Hexagon Lavish® was re-purposed with its speciality in development of informational interpretation which is the field of both applicable and practical research and development that pertains to ALL maximized approaches in the marketable pluralities that rest at the very root of information retrieval’s untapped superiorities

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Meeting with the co-founders during the holiday season. This photo was taken in December 2015 by The Hands of Onanel®. (Desmond is not in the photo) © This photo is the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved.

Hexagon Lavish® unexpectedly (since we’re an unfunded entity) developed its very first prototype of the PIR: Premier Information Retrieval software in January of 2016 that was designed to immediately detect the most minute trace amount of any food product that was prepared with tomato or even as much as came in contact with any food product that contained trace amounts of tomato and was able to do so with just a simple ImageShot™ taken from the convenience of your smartphone camera.

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A demo mock-up of the #PIR app that was introduced to the HL® Family during our very first “meet-and-greet” in August 2015. Developed by one of our computational physicists and co-founders. Demo is being held up by one of our scientific programmers. Photo taken by The Hands of Onanel®. © Photo and all particular images contained within are the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved.

Hexagon Lavish® specializes in developing a prime approach in computer vision and “anti-artificial” inferential analysis that is performed in immediate fashion via the “convenience of cameras”. This will be culminated in our introductory product, PIR: Premier Information Retrieval

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The very FIRST #PIR prototype running an image analysis on birthday cake and a cup of applesauce covered in Pixy-Stix® candy. Photo taken by The Hands of Onanel® in October 2016. Photo and all particular images contained within are the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. Copyright © Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved. 

The PIR: Premier Information Retrieval software application is now designed to perform immediate detection of trace amounts of peanut oil in various food products via the ImageShot™ procedure which “induces” an image analysis. 

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#PIR works on liquids too! Photo taken by The Hands of Onanel®. Photo and all particular images contained within are the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. Copyright © Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved.

Developed to perform informational interpretation techniques that are based on the sub-roots of information retrieval, the PIR software application maximizes on ALL approaches of detection in order maintain a “market advantageous” position. Detection rests as “1/4th” of PIR’s operability.

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Hanging with Jun and Ram for a brief Sunday afternoon meeting. November 2015. Photo taken by The Hands of Onanel®. November 2015. This photo is the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. Copyright © Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved.

On its surface, it would seem as if our informational interpretation scientific software (IISS) is “allergy-exclusive”; it is not. There are numerable marketable opportunities–and we have taken advantage of them–already.

“Informational interpretation is the field of both applicable and practical research and development that pertains to ALL maximized approaches in the marketable pluralities that rest at the very root of information retrieval’s untapped superiorities.” —Desmond J. Watson

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The “check” page on the first #PIR prototype. October 2016. Photo taken by The Hands of Onanel®. Photo and all particular images contained within are the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved.

Already a seven-personed startup, Hexagon Lavish® was offered a $1M investment in exchange for a ridiculous amount of equity [oh, and don’t let me forget about “the promise” of another $1M]. Okay, so $2M. That’s not going to cut it! $2M is only 1/5th of the AUM (assets under management) that you’d need in order to pay-off ONE experienced employee. In 2018, Hexagon Lavish® is a +12-personed startup.

A venture capital firm/angel investor wouldn’t hesitate for a second to dump millions or billions into “artificial intelligence” or “facial recognition” but will suddenly go absent-minded in a hot minute when they see the outwardly-expressed brilliance that’s behind the development of informational interpretation. There are approximately 7.6 billion people on the planet, and the +12-personed startup known as Hexagon Lavish® is the only entity in the world doing informational interpretation

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Going over potential marketing strategies with 2/3rds of the HL® Family in downtown Decatur (Atlanta). February 2018. Photo taken by Aleksi. Photo and all particular images contained within are the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. Copyright © Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved.

We represent the best chill-point that science can offer. There’s no tolerance for comic book-endorsed daydreaming here. We’re not concerned about “flying cars”. We do not rest our laurels on ideation.

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An iconic and photographic capture of collective, innate intelligence. April 2017. Photo taken in downtown Atlanta. Photo and all particular images are the exclusive property of Hexagon Lavish®. Copyright © Hexagon Lavish®. All Rights Reserved.

We are the best, ideal investment that can ever be made in the name of science.


This page was last updated on August 13th, 2018

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