The son of an engineer, it would seem no big surprise that Shree followed in his father's footsteps but that wasn't necessarily the plan. "He never said I should become an engineer, he wasn't pushing me in that direction," he explained to Deepak in a recent sit down of NEWSWIRE.FM's program ONE WORLD. "But whenever things were broken at home...my dad fixed everything... and so I grew up in that setting. I was often his sidekick." While not an overt push into the engineering field, those hours spent with his father had a great influence on his career choices later in life.
Today, Shree holds dozens of patents pertaining to photography and imaging and has been furthering his study of the physics of vision at Columbia University. "I raised the following question: can we develop new types of cameras that produce new forms of visual information that might actually enhance...
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