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Wordseye Inc

WordsEye is a revolutionary web application that lets anyone literally "type a picture" and then share it over social media.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location New York City, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded May 2013
  • Employees 4
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Company Summary

WordsEye is a proprietary technology and social media tool that allows users to create 3D scenes from simple natural language descriptions. Wordseye opens up a new world of visual expression where anyone, artists and non-artists alike, can create and communicate with pictures as easily as sending a text message. Revenue will come from premium 3D content and features, printed merchandise output, in-scene product placement, and education.


  • Gary Zamchick has broad UX, design, and marketing experience. He has designed kiosks for Citibank, learning models for IBM, rewards programs for Wells Fargo, innovation labs for Coca-Cola, and parade and museum experiences for Disney. Gary illustrated the best-selling "French for Cats" book series and hundreds of stories in the NYTimes and the WSJ. He has taught "Rapid Visualization" on the graduate level in NYU's Computer Science department.

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    VP Research & Engineering

    Daniel Bauer is a Computer Science and Natural Language Processing PhD candidate at Columbia. His research focuses on analyzing language meaning in the context of graphical scenes and other real-world settings. Daniel has been working on text-to-scene technology since joining Columbia in 2010. He holds a MSc degree in Language Science and Technology, and a BSc in Cognitive Science and is an experienced software developer.

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    Bob Coyne has broad experience developing innovative 2D and 3D graphics authoring products at Symbolics, Nichimen Graphics, and AT&T Research. He invented WordsEye to make visual expression accessible to all. Bob received his Bachelor's degree from Columbia University where he was Editor-in-Chief of The Columbia Review and won the George Edward Woodbury Prize for poetry. He is finishing up a PhD in Natural Language Processing at Columbia.


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