Eyemmersive® journey so far !!

 

At NGI TETRA boot camp for NGI beneficiaries, our project Eyemmersive® was selected as the best project in the social impact category. News Link

 

For Eyemmersive® Selected for 3 months expedition to the USA under a European Commission Funded Next Generation Internet program. News Link (February to April 2021 )

 

With a grant from the EU’s INVITE-Oi2 Lab project, Kerckhoffs worked with ENAT’s accessibility experts and tourist guides to explore how 360 degree videos can bring tourism experiences to new audiences who can enjoy an “immersive” trip to places and attractions that are out of reach, due to travel restrictions, financial, political or access limitations or other reasons. News link 

 
Kerckhoffs Ltd won a €5000 open innovation voucher through an open call for "Boosting business growth through open innovation" from INVITE - Open Innovation Lab (Oi2Lab). This funded the initial stages of our collaborative project Eyemmersive® with European Network For Accessible Tourism (ENAT). News Link   
   
Kerckhoffs Ltd was accepted on Innovate UK’s Global Business Innovation Programme – Audience of the Future to China for our innovative Eyemmersive®. On behalf of Kerckhoffs Ltd, Dr. Ramachandran travelled to China to explore market opportunities in China as a part of this programme. News Link  
   
Kerckhoffs Ltd was approved ERDF Innovation Grant £10,000 (50% match funded ) for development on Eyemmersive® in November 2020.   
   
 Dr Ramachandran's selected achievements  
 

An article about Dr. Selvakumar Ramachandran on publishing his short story's collection. The article was published on Blekinge Lans Tidning - A Swedish News Paper in the Province of Blekinge in Sweden. 

In 2004 Dr. Selvakumar Ramachandran participated in Euro India 2004 conference. The participation was sponsored by European Commission and Dr. Ramachandran gave a speech on the importance of higher technical education for people with disabilities. 

Following this conference he was able to set up a technical institute for people with disabilities through the support of his then employer Lasersoft Infosystems Ltd. He lead the training programme for two years and trained 42 people in Software Programming. All the trainees got jobs at Lasersoft Infosystems Ltd. 

 
 
 
Dr. Ramachandran Addressing the gathering at inaugural function of LITE, a special technical institute for people with disabilities at Lasersoft Infosystems Ltd in 2004. 
 Receiving the award - The best outgoing student for extra curricular activities in the year 2001 at Thiagarajar College of Engineering