New Europe 100: eastern Europe’s emerging technology stars [Financial Times] - Petros Psyllos as one of 100 best challengers in Central and Eastern Europe

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The challengers were selected by Res Publica, Google, Visegrad Fund and the Financial Times. The 2017 New Europe 100 is the fourth annual list of central and eastern Europe’s brightest and best citizens who are changing the region’s societies, politics or business environments and displaying fresh approaches to prevailing problems.

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A student of the Białystok University of Technology on the list of the most talented Poles [Onet]

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Petros Psyllos, a student at Białystok University of Technology, was on the list of 30 most talented Poles who were under 30 years of age, according to the Polish Forbes ranking. Previously, he was already in the "30 Under 30" of the American edition of the magazine. Petros is the constructor of MATIA's artificial eye.

Psyllos is a 23-year-old innovator with Polish-Greek roots. "MATIA System" is his most famous achievement. This is a mobile device for the blind and visually impaired. Serves them for orientation in space. Recognizes objects and obstacles, detects and analyzes situations that may be a threat to them.

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A student from Bialystok will shake the world. He created an "artificial eye" for the blind - VIEDO

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Piotr Psyllos is 23 years old and studies at the Białystok University of Technology. He is a constructor and creator of inventions for the blind. Petros is appreciated by foreign magazines such as the American "Forbes", who recognized him as one of the top 30 European innovators. Talent of the 23-year-old also appreciated the Polish "Playboy", who placed him on the list of 30 men who shake the world before 30.

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The Inventor

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Imagine Cup alumni Petros Psyllos of Poland was featured in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list for designing a wearable that lets the blind interpret their surroundings through audio messages.

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Inteligencia artificial para que las personas ciegas reconozcan lo que les rodea - VIDEO

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Petros Psyllos tiene planta de líder de boy band, edad para serlo y desparpajo ante los medios. Recientemente incluso inauguró un canal de YouTube. Pero Petros no dedica su tiempo -al menos profesionalmente- a la música pop. A sus 23 años, este polaco de origen griego es uno de los jóvenes científicos más prometedores de Europa. Su talento ha llamado la atención de Forbes

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Petros Psyllos in American Forbes ranking - 30 Under 30 Europe

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Petros Psyllos is a designer and a computer scientist. He is recognized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Review as one of the brightest young inventors in Poland. Forbes magazine chose him the 2017 list 30 Under 30 Europe that spotlights the young elite and spans ten diverse categories.

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Psyllos in WP TV [VIEDO]

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He is 22 years old, and is already creating inventions that can help, for example, the blind. Petros Psyllos - student at Bialystok University of Technology.

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The Polish Student Creating Artificial Eyes for the Blind [Culture.pl]

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Petros Psyllos, a Polish computer science student, has created a revolutionary device called MATIA that serves as an ‘artificial eye’ for the blind. Equipped with a camera and many sensors, it sees the world and helpfully describes it with words as well as melodies. Unsurprisingly, the young inventor, with this and his other noteworthy creations, has already been making a name for himself with the likes of Microsoft.

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Petros Psyllos in Dzień Dobry TVN morning show [TVN/DDTVN] - VIDEO

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Blind people need every day to cope with many problems. Petros Psyllos decided to help to blind people. He invented MATIA system - artificial eye. About this and his other inventions, we said while Good Morning TVN show. We had also the opportunity to see them. Above what he want now to work? Does Companies interested in buying his inventions? See, by which the invention is asked to go Piotr Krasko.

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MATIA, Imagine Cup 2016 IoT project, will help blind people lead a normal life [Microsoft]

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The MATIA project is loaded with sensors to assist the blind and people who suffer from memory loss. It consists of two cameras, two ultrasonic sensors and ten other sensors. MATIA will describe environments with voice and musical sounds while communicating through a smart phone. The device can also identify walking paths, faces and even emotions. The Polish team of Petros Psyllos and Krzysztof Bujnarowski just won the 2016 Microsoft Imagine Cup.

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Petros Psyllos in the program UWAGA! [TVN] - VIDEO

The device replaces the blind eyes, the mute speech and paralyzed allowing to communicate with the environment: inventions young scientist from Bialystok, Petros Psyllos. After I was in the finals of the largest technology competition for students - Imagine Cup - a job offered to him now even Microsoft! However, so far, he refused to Petros. - There's all bald from stress! - laughs genius.

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Microsoft Research is investing in a project for the blind created by Polish students [Microsoft]

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Team Psyllosoft, made up of Petros Psyllos and Krzysztof Bujnarowski, representing the Bialystok University of Technology in the worldwide Imagine Cup finals in Redmond, US, attracted the attention of Microsoft Research, the division of the company involved in research and development. Team members received an offer of financial support in the amount of $10,000 and mentoring for the next stage of project development.

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A box full of sounds. This young inventor could change the lives of millions of blind people [Forbes]

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A student of the Bialystok University of Technology is working on a device that can completely change the situation of blind people. MATIA registers the environment around it, and using artificial intelligence, recognizes objects and makes correlations between them, creating a narrative for a disabled person – telling her where obstacles are and what is happening around her. The potential for this device is huge.

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