Each year, Madrona Venture Group awards The Madrona Prize to the student research project presented at UW CSE’s Industry Affiliates Meeting that has the greatest commercial potential.
GeekWire reports on this year’s Madrona Prize winner and runners up:
“The impressive work coming out of University of Washington’s computer science department was on full display Wednesday evening inside the Paul G. Allen Center.
“As part of the University of Washington’s Industry Affiliates Annual Meeting, nearly 100 research groups made up of more than 200 grad students showed off their work in a poster and demo session. Industry representatives, regional alumni and friends of the department were on hand to see everything from eyes-free yoga to home gesture recognition with Wi-Fi.”
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