Earlier this month, I was presented with the opportunity, by the Infosys Foundation, to present my patented, award-winning invention, Wirecog, at MIT...
On October 2nd, 2016, I participated on the "Makers of Change" panel for the World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science upon invitation from the Infosys Foundation.
I am immensely pleased to announce that Wirecog is a grand prize winner at the 2016 Winter Cycle InfyMakers, a national inventors competition sponsored by the Infosys Foundation USA.
I was recently invited to represent Wirecog at CSUN’s Evening with Engineers. This event provided me the opportunity to interact with fellow professional engineers and also allowed me to provide real-world, career advice to engineering students.
Here at Wirecog, we're building powerful, patented technology, that we believe, will fundamentally change the way that design-driven software is made. We call our technology Wireframe Cognition and it provides machines the capability to examine and understand wireframe images and produce simulator-ready source code from them.