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wrnch is awarded a MegaGrant from Epic Games

With the Epic MegaGrant, wrnch expands its AI technology to Unreal Engine developers. wrnch's solution leverages computer vision to capture human images from cameras, detect human motion and shapes, and delivers 3D output in real-time. 


wrnch and Mila Join Forces

wrnch, the leading provider of human-centric, computer vision software, announced today that it is partnering with Mila – Québec AI Institute to advance artificial intelligence (AI) in the fields of image processing, computer vision and deep learning.


Digital Imaging: Artificial Intelligence – Cameras are Getting Smarter All the Time

Nikon invested $7.5 million in wrnch, a Canadian firm that teaches cameras to read body language.


Betakit: Lazaridis Institute selects 10 startups for 5th cohort of ScaleUp Program

wrnch has been selected to participate in a ScaleUp program that helps top Canadian startups accelerate their business growth.


Intel AI Developer Program: wrnch Democratizing Marker-Less Motion Capture

wrnch leverages the capabilities of Intel® Deep Learning Boost to teach computers how to better understand human motion, activity, and body language.


Nikon invests in Canadian company, wrnch Inc.

Nikon has invested US $7.5 million in wrnch, a computer vision and deep learning startup.


Nvidia Blog: Moves Like Jaguar: Carmaker’s Logo Springs to Life

Imagination, The Mill and wrnch use NVIDIA GPU-powered rendering and AI inferencing to create a digital jaguar that interacts with audiences.


ZD Net: Wanted - Realistic avatars for virtual reality meetings

Get beamed into virtual meetings. AI and a screenshot can now bring you to life in virtual reality.

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At GTC 2018 in San Jose, AI developers from all over the world come to demo their work. One of those developers at the conference is a Canadian-based startup that developed a real-time deep learning software platform that can read body language from standard video.