分解

The Japanese word 分解 (bunkai) literally means "analysis" or "disassembly.” When used in the context of Japanese martial arts, it refers to the process of analysing kata (“form”) and extracting fighting techniques from the movements.

Why?

Bunkai was founded during the COVID-19 pandemic because we saw a need for people to train anywhere they found themselves, whenever they wanted.

At the same time, countless sports professionals were moving their businesses online but were not able to scale any kind of personalized approach you'd expect.

So, Bunkai is a next-generation social training platform, using the latest in AI / computer vision to offer a new experience in digital sports training that helps both coaches and clubs, as well as athletes and people at home.

Who?

Wout and Pedro first met during a randomized group call at Y Combinator's Startup School. With similar interests and family situations, and complementary skills and abilities, they decided to stay in touch afterwards.

A few months later, it was a sunny day in Belgium (not lying, it happens!) when they met up on a terrace for a few drinks, and the rest is history as they say.


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Wout Dispa
Co-Founder & CEO

“Belgian, ex-Londoner, now Parisian.

Studied computer sciences, then built a successful corporate career - holding a variety of management, technical and commercial roles - in London and Paris.

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    Dr. Pedro Antonio Favuzzi
    Co-Founder & CTO

    “Originally from Argentina, lived in Italy, Japan, Belgium and now Germany.

    After completing my PhD in Physics at Kyoto university, I started working as a software developer. Founded a few companies.

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