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ThirdEye News: Accepted Into the Wharton Venture Initiation Program (VIP)

ThirdEye is in the Wharton Venture Initiation Program (VIP) The Wharton Venture Initiation Program (VIP) is an educational incubator program run by Wharton Entrepreneurship. VIP provides students with office space, helps students develop their idea, and provides professional advising and educational programming. ThirdEye has become part of the entrepreneurship community here at Penn, and we’re…

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ThirdEye–Google Glass Image Recognition Application–Demo Video

Check out our demo video to see just how powerful and revolutionary ThirdEye is.

ThirdEye Founder Rajat Bhageria gives TEDxPenn Talk

This last weekend, ThirdEye Founder Rajat Bhageria published gave a TED talk at TEDxPenn about “What if we can help blind people see.” In the talk, he said that asking the “What if” questions allowed his team to create ThirdEye, when no one (not even the engineers at Google) could. In fact, he said that…

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ThirdEye: Helping Blind People See Again

The idea for ThirdEye Glass was started in the world’s premier college hackathon PennApps X, where ThirdEye Glass garnered a respectable Top 10 finish.After the event, we got amazing feedback on the potential of our application, and how it can revolutionize the way people see. There’s definitely something we can do for the 7 million…

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