Photogram.ai is now a UCL start up!

We joined the Hatchery Incubator at BaseKX in King’s Cross, London

Photogram.ai
Sep 29 · 1 min read

🗣😁 Super happy to announce that Photogram.ai was accepted on to the UCL Innovation & Enterprise’s Hatchery Incubator! BaseKX in the King’s Cross Tech Quarter is now our new home!

🙏🏽 Thanks, UCL

📸 Photogram.ai is a Computational Photography startup building ai-accelerated hardware and software for photography.

🏛 We are very fortunate and privileged to develop and test our ideas within UCL’s ecosystem.

🛠 We’re able to leverage resources at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL such as 3D-printing, laser cutting & robotics to rapidly prototype.

🧠 And, learn from cutting-edge computational photography research at Prof. Tim Weyrich’s Digital Reality Group at the Dept. for #ComputerScience.

🔮 The future of photography is computation. If you want to challenge and change that future, please do reach out.

🔧👀 We are keen to chat with manufacturing/design students for hardware, & computer vision students and creative technologists for software. Come! We have space at BaseKX 😉

👩🏼‍💻 👨🏼‍💻✉️ Feel free to hit me up here or on vishal@photogram.ai

https://photogram.ai/

#ArtificialIntelligence #loveUCL #Bartlett100

Photogram.ai

Photogram.ai is a computational photography startup building AI-accelerated hardware and software for modern photography.

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Photogram.ai is a computational photography startup building AI-accelerated hardware and software for modern photography.

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Photogram.ai is a computational photography startup building AI-accelerated hardware and software for modern photography.

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