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 his age was his advantage because it gave him a perspective that others didn’t share.

Stay tuned for the entire video of Rajat speaking.

In the mean time, here is a HuffingtonPost Article about Rajat’s talk. 

Posted on November 19, 2014 in Blog, Milestones, News

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Rajat is a 17 year old entrepreneur, doer, and creator who has written a book called "What High School Didn't Teach Me," created a social network for writers, and patented a product. He attends UPenn.
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