Anirudh's interests lie in the area display technologies, projected interfaces, mixed reality, wearable computing, assistive technologies and open-source. Before going to MIT, Anirudh Sharma started the LeChal shoe project- haptic shoes for the blind mobility which got the MIT Tech Review TR35 ‘Innovator of the Year’ award. His venture Ducere manufactures the electronic shoe insoles for the visually impaired, featured on Techcrunch, BBC, WIRED as one the 10 most innovative wearable startups. Presently, Anirudh is working to spread the movement of anti-disciplinary learning, hands-on creation and design thinking all across India through the MIT Media Lab India Initiative. He leads the Design Innovation Workshop Series to provide platform for diverse communities including designers, artists, engineers, scientists and many more to come together and innovate, creating entrepreneurs and exploring social impact in the developing world. His work has been showcased at UIST, CHI, Aspen Ideas Festival and other HCI venues.
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