BLOCK71 Singapore Entrepreneurs Feature — FingerReader

In this week’s Entrepreneurs Feature, we speak to Roger, co-founder of FingerReader, the start-up behind a user-friendly wearable device enabling visually impaired users to access visual information on the go. Roger received a B.E in Electronic Engineering in 2015 and has spent the last 3 years doing research in two of the best human-computer interaction laboratories, Augmented Human Lab at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Fluid interfaces at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab. FingerReader is currently incubating with us under Modern Aging Singapore, a business accelerator programme with a focus on the silver sector, jointly run by NUS Enterprise and ACCESS Health.

Image credit: FingerReader
FingerReader was one of the winning teams of the Modern Aging business accelerator in 2017. (Photo credit: Modern Aging Singapore)

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