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Phones may know not just where you are but that you are in a conversation, and who you are talking to, and they may make certain information and documents available based on what conversation you’re having. Or they may silence themselves, knowing that you’re in an interview.

Pattie Maes

In the Camera Culture lab at MIT Media Lab, we like to say, lights, camera and pixels. The key idea is that instead of focusing on fun, games and entertainment, we focus on health, wealth and well-being.

Ramesh Raskar

The prize was for Femto photography, which is highspeed imaging for visualisation of the order of one trillion frames per second. In this kind of photography you can see light in motion. 

Ramesh Raskar

Cornar was a crazy idea when I joined MIT five years back. I was obsessed with the notion of how we can see around corners, and sent a proposal to the National Science Foundation, which was rejected. But the idea stuck and I finally met with success.

Ramesh Raskar

The whole invention is about scattered light. We are familiar with the echoes of sound but here we are able to understand the scattered light, the echoes of light. 

Ramesh Raskar

After this recognition, the regret of not being able to go to Cambridge to study seems to fade away. Such recognitions help you to work even harder and achieve bigger and better milestones.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

In 1997, I got famous for teaching Mathematics, an article was also published in June and its tag line was 'Bina Rupaiya ka Hisaab'. After that a lot of students came to study and we started taking Rs 500 from each student.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

My brother Pranav Kumar is the reason of my motivation as he knew I had keen interest in Mathematics so he suggested me to turn this interest into a profession. That's when I started teaching 2 students at the time by giving them free education.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

Actually I was keen about mathematics since childhood and had a desire to be a good Mathematics teacher.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

A kid from rural background cannot afford these luxuries and feels inferior. There is no mechanism in today’s education system to psychologically prepare the child for such situations.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

One must appear for tests to understand their strengths and weaknesses. It also helps them understand where they actually stand.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

There is enormous talent in rural children including those belonging to various backward communities. If nurtured in the right environment, they can do wonders. 

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

We employ different strategies with our students. We start with giving them a homely atmosphere and taking away the fear of the examination.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

My wife, an IIT graduate and currently a software engineer is also an integral part of the organization. We have incorporated multimedia techniques in the entire learning process.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

This success is a combination of three factors. My students have junoon (passion), a fire in them to achieve. Two, our teaching approach is different. I use multimedia slides to make a little story with characters to explain maths concepts. Three, we take tests every day. Well, in a nutshell, we teach our students the how and why! That's all.

Anand Kumar (Super 30)

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