StartupBus, the hackathon-on-wheels in which busloads of entrepreneurs make the journey down to the South By Southwest conference with the goal of teaming up to create viable web apps by the time they arrive in Austin, rolled into its third day yesterday.
Yesterday, the SF/SV StartupBus made its way from Las Cruces, New Mexico to San Antonio, Texas — one big step closer to SXSW. TechCrunch TV’s indefatigable John Murillo has been along for the journey since the San Francisco/Silicon Valley bus departed on Tuesday morning, and in this video you can see how the buspreneurs’ apps have gone from concept to code with demos from customizable breakfast cereal app Cerealize and motion detection video technology startup Kinect.ly.
It’s almost the end of the road for the buspreneurs, but in a lot of ways the best parts are yet to come: The crew is set to arrive in Austin today, and on Saturday they will demo their final apps to a panel of potential investors. We’ll be covering the whole thing til the end, and in the meantime you should check out our earlier coverage of the StartupBus journey, Day One and Day Two.