23 Apr '17, 8pm

Hackaday Prize Entry: Memes

Snap, Inc., the company behind Snapchat, is branding itself as a hardware company. What hardware does Snap make? Spectacles, or a camera attached to a pair of sunglasses. Snap, Inc. has a market value of around $30 Billion USD. For his Hackaday Prize entry, [William Glover] is building a device that’s easily worth $100 Billion . It’s called SnappCat, and it’s a machine learning, AI, augmented reality, buzzword-laden camera that adds memes to pictures of cats. Better get in on the Series A now because this is

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2017/04/23/hackaday-prize-entry-memes/

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