Zensors is the result of years of research conducted by the Future Interfaces Group, a research lab out of the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. The technology leverages the power of crowd computing, computer vision, and machine learning to provide readily accessible tools for collecting and analyzing visual data. Researchers involved with Zensors saw potential in developing it as a product that would democratize computer vision, making it easier than ever before to develop a deeper understanding of a physical space.
Our team was tasked with determining the most compelling product market fit for Zensors, focusing our design and development efforts on creating an valuable experience for users within a particular market vertical to optimize for adoption. From there, we would need to design and build a interface to layer on top of the existing Zensors infrastructure, paying close attention to providing the best possible experience for our target users.