Team Eyespace envisions a wearable tethered to a user’s mobile phone that provides them with information about the environment around them, allowing them to be more independent.
With the advent of technology,
we are looking at a future where we can make visually impaired people truly independent
by enabling navigation, obstacle and terrain detection
using small devices that can be easily body-mounted.
We hope to empower the visually impaired to achieve more!
How it works?
Defining the problem statement. Ideation and creating an outline of the solution. Founding of startup.
Building the prototype. Further technical development in computer vision and the web app.
Initial prototype development finished with working web app and computer vision algorithm.
A ready MVP. Alpha Testing while starting implementing marketing activities to get the word out to understand product-market fit.
Patent for technology and product idea. Beta Testing with a hardware prototype. Recruit people for product development and marketing.
Further development of web app and camera. Collaborate with potential organizations to partner and implement/test the product.
Dive into our story!
Meet the wonderful team!
Rishab studies Biochemistry & Computer Science at Boston University and is passionate about designing accessibility / medical diagnostic devices
Abhinav is a student at UMass Amherst interested in Web Development, AI & Cloud Computing and hopes to use innovation to solve large scale problems
Aditya is a student at UMass Amherst who is passionate about Data Science and solving problems in areas such as AI and Big Data
Sara studies Architecture & Urbanism at Faculdade Meridional IMED in Brazil. She likes watching movies, going out and making an impact on others with her work
Felipe studies business administration at the Don Domênico University Center and enjoys music, playing bass with his band and reading books.
Joicy studies mechanical engineering at University Center of Patos de Minas in Brazil. She loves going out to watch greek universe movies and reading books
Matheus studies Civil Engineering at Federal University of Uberlândia. He is from São Paulo is interested in tall wood, urban engineering & market analysis