3dim triumphs in MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition


June 3, 2013

Finalist

3dim recently earned the grand prize at this year’s MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition after successfully pitching its business plan to merge two of today’s most popular, and profitable, technological phenomena: gesture-recognition and smart devices. Founded by this team of engineers: Professor Vivek Goyal, Andrea Colaco, Ahmed Kirmani, Nan-Wei Gong, Rahul (Hoolie) Tejwani, and Nathaniel Stewart, they sought  to revolutionize the way that users interact with their mobile devices.

The startup was one of eight finalists that pitched business plans to a capacity crowd in Kresge Auditorium. While only one team walked away with the $100,000 top prize, finalists received startup funds totaling $257,000. Continue reading this article on MIT NewsPhoto by L. Barry Hetherington

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