This is the final post of “Now in Shenzhen”, where TechNode visits a handful of Shenzhen-based companies leveraging Shenzhen’s core strength: manufacturing. 

The great thing about technology is that it raises awareness of people and inspires. 24-year-old CEO of Gravity Innovation wants to encourage young students to get interested in space with their connected rocket lamp and a mobile application called SpaceGo.

“More people want to get into space. I don’t want just to hear “wow”, but I want them to enjoy and participate in this movement. That’s what we are doing now. The problem of space education is that there is nothing after saying “amazing”,” Romax Ren, CEO of Gravity Innovation, told TechNode.

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Eva Yoo

Eva Yoo is Shanghai-based tech writer. Reach her at evayoo@technode.com