Recent Experiments with corporate members & partners
From AR and VR experiences, to machine learning, AI and mixed reality, 10 teams were each awarded a $100,000 grant to demonstrate a compelling use case for 5G technology and its ability build educational solutions for student engagement, teacher preparedness and special needs support.
Using AI and computer vision to process raw video footage, a team from Columbia University built a structured database that contains comprehensive information about news and current events.
Teams of graduate students used immersive media and holographic technologies to advance customer service and troubleshooting for routers, modems and more.
With a goal to support access, culture and commerce, teams of designers and engineers worked with Havas to reimagine the transportation for commuters, businesses, and urban transit companies.
Working with journalists across AP, interaction designers from The School of Visual Arts brought the flight path of the Apollo 11 to life.
With the goal of supporting access, culture and commerce, teams of designers and engineers worked with Havas to reimagine the transportation for commuters, businesses, and urban transit companies.
Using new AR capabilities like multi-user gaming and geolocation, teams of graduate students worked to create immersive media and content inspired by A+Networks’ HISTORY brand.
With blockchain poised to change how media is monetized, researchers from The New School explored new pricing models for content search and discovery.
Working collaboratively, a group of engineers, artists and creators shared their work in developing state of the art techniques for AI interactions in a full day event at Samsung NEXT.
Researchers from the NYU Ability Project conducted user testing and design experiments to improve the accessibility of Spectrum’s home entertainment products and services.
In partnership with Bloomberg and augmented reality startup Lampix, teams of graduate students explored how applications of AR technology can improve the business office setting.
STARTUPS FROM THE COMBINE UNIVERSITY ACCELERATOR PORTFOLIO
The Combine university accelerator program matches faculty and students working on new technologies emerging from universities with a lean process to advance customer discovery and business model generation. Dozens of startup teams have emerged from the program, with several still active and gaining market traction. Select alumni teams from The Combine are listed below.