How to Think Like an MIT Media Lab Inventor: Ramesh Raskar at TEDxBeaconStreet

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How to Think Like an MIT Media Lab Inventor: Ramesh Raskar at TEDxBeaconStreet

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As the Head of MIT Media Lab’s Camera Culture Research Group, Professor Ramesh Raskar is credited with a long list of innovations, including a smartphone attachment that can diagnose eye problems. But he makes the point that you don’t have to be a PhD to be an inventor. This inspiring talk from TEDxBeaconStreet equips every one of us with an easy-to-use framework for inventing the future, right now.

Ramesh Raskar is a renowned inventor and innovator. He holds over 40 US patents and is recognized as a leading authority on computational photography.

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