Laguna Niguel, CA 92677, US
The successor to Rubik’s Cube. Provides an Internet spatial temporal app for all age groups – mesmerizing for youngsters, exciting and challenging for teens and adults, mentally stimulating for seniors.
Dictacube is a spatial temporal logic puzzle formed from 25 identical components. When assembled, the puzzle forms either a regular or irregular solid. A large number of configurations is possible, so the puzzle is perfectly suited to stimulate logical thinking in all age groups. Most of the development tasks have been completed. Our immediate objective is attain revenue matching 10% of Rubik Cube’s, or $350M of their total of $3B. Given that Dictacube is assembled on the internet and appeals to all age groups, our ultimate goal is to surpass the huge record set by Rubik’s Cube. We recognize that our success is directly proportional to our ability to raise awareness of this addicting puzzle (hence the name Dictacube) through tweets, social and print media, so the majority of the raised funds will be used in marketing in order to get the puzzle to go viral. .
After the launch of t he digital version, Dictacube will market a physical version. Required molds have been completed and distribution channels are being arranged.
Products / Services
Dictacube – a spatial logic puzzle for all ages
Dictacube is a spatial logic temporal puzzle offering seven levels of difficulty, ranging from level-one – which can be solved by the very young – to level 7. Levels 6 and 7 are far more difficult to solve than Rubik’s Cube. In level 6 the pieces can be assembled in only one sequence so that each of the cubes 6 sides are a different solid color. . Level 7 is the most difficult in that each side will display a related image in each one of the over 250 sets, a significant challenge as each individual piece has random markings making it very difficult to identify the correct piece to place and into the only sequence that will display the desired image. The visitors to the website will be able to view a video displaying the assembly steps for each of the puzzles.
The projections shown here do not include the anticipated revenue from Phase 2 – sales of the physical puzzles.
Chief Executive Officer
Edward Zalta, MD
Edward Zalta, MD, established a national medical management company (PPO) with 350,000 physicians members and 5,000 hospitals. He has owned, operated, and sold six companies, presently a director of 5 Boards and a past director of 23 boards, both for profit and not for profit. He has brought together this 5-member team of experienced and successful entrepreneurs to develop and market a spatial logic puzzle appealing to all age groups and that is far more exciting than the Rubik cube that has enjoyed such huge success.
Chief Information Technology
Graduate of University of Notre Dame – BS Mathematics , Texas A&M – MS Meteorology. 32 years as CEO of J&J systems, a systems engineering and software development company with extensive experience in many fields including software development and implementation for law enforcement identification, medical billing, medical diagnostic, and all aspects of financial accounting.
Chief Financial Officer
Over 35 years of experience in accounting. Specializing in taxation. Broad knowledge of business holding or having held a Broker’s License for Securities and Real Estate. Also licensed as a general contractor and life insurance agent. Accounting practice specialized in medical practices. As general partner or managing member; formed numerous limited partnerships and limited liability companies to acquire, develop, own, operate, manage and sell multi-family income and commercial property.
Kris Elftmann served as president of Noelle Marketing Group, from 1980 through April, 2015, when he sold the firm. Noelle is creative resources firm that produces sales and marketing materials for corporate and nonprofit clients throughout the United States. Since 1980, Noelle has specialized in developing and manufacturing printed collateral materials and branded specialty products.
He serves on boards of The Center for the National Interest, a non-partisan public policy think tank in Washington DC and the Cystinosis Research Foundation.
In 2011, Mr. Elftmann retired as chair of the Board of Directors of the Richard Nixon Library Foundation, and as a trustee of the University of California, Irvine Foundation, where he served as a member of the Executive Committee and chaired the Foundation’s Stewardship Committee.
Through the years, he has served on boards of other organizations including DePauw University, Pacific Symphony, Bowers Museum, Great Park Conservancy, Catholic Charitie
An award winning Interactive Creative Director, Designer, Front-End Developer, Animator, Photographer, Author and Speaker. He has designed, developed or animated 6 Adobe sites of the Day, 2 Awwwards, 32 FWA Sites of the Day, 3 FWA Mobile Sites of the day, 2 FWA Sites of the Month and 2 Adobe Cutting Edge Awards. He serves as a judge for the Adobe® Design Achievement Awards, Flash in the Can Awards, Digital Artist Awards, .net Awards and the prestigious FWA Site of the Year. His work has been featured in over 50 magazines and 18 books. In 2014 he was honored by .Net Magazine as one of the top 50 Internet Designers in the world. His client list includes entities such as Disney, ABC. Adidas, Adobe, Ford, Nintendo, Oakley, Sony, Star Wars and Warner Brothers.