Ramesh Raskar is an Associate Professor and head of the Lab’s Camera Culture research group. He is leading the global health as well as medical tricorder efforts at MIT supported by the Tata Center for Technology+Design and MIT Media Lab. Recent inventions include cameras to look around a corner, a next-generation CAT-scan machine, and low-cost eye care devices (NETRA) among many others.
Shantanu Sinha, MIT Media Lab
Shantanu Sinha is currently a graduate student and research assistant at the Media Lab. His interests primarily lie at the confluence of learning-based computer vision, digital signal processing and mechanical design. At MIT, he is developing imaging systems for predictive health diagnostic tools.
Tristan Swedish, MIT Media Lab
Tristan Swedish is a Technical Assistant in the Camera Culture Group. He has an interest in refactoring hardware, imaging systems, and the algorithms that turn unstructured measurements into useful information.
Karin Roesch, MIT Media Lab
Karin Roesch is an entrepreneurial scientist with the Camera Culture Group. Karin currently works with the retinal imaging team, where she has developed a feature revealing computational retinal imaging and predictive analytics platform.
Beth is the Innovation Strategist for the MIT Emerging Worlds initative. She has over 25 years of experience in strategy, innovation, and communications. She is strengthening the Emerging Worlds platform in India, enabling innovation hubs in new regions, and engaging new members. Beth is a mentor with the Cleantech Open and a Board Member of ACTION, an association of cleantech incubators.