Microsoft has announced that the Romanian team, ENTy, was named as the overall winner of the company's 2016 Imagine Cup student technology competition. The ENTy team created a wearable device that is supposed to help doctors find inner ear problems in patients.
In a blog post (opens in new tab) announcing the winning team, Microsoft's Steve Guggenheimer stated:
Here's a quick description of the ENTy team's device:
The team has previously been named as the winner of the Imagine Cup's Innovation category and will receive a $50,000 cash prize. The team members will now get a personal mentoring session from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella for being named as the overall winners.
Superb, ENTy! Will look forward to seeing your medical wearables go international :)
As someone who has possibly suffered from inner ear problems - it's not necessarily easy to confirm this - I think it's awesome that tech could soon be used to help!
after reading the blog post, I realized that an Indonesian team won 2nd place in Games category :D oh and btw the girl's hot
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