Concordia Academy senior competes in ISEF

Stephen Mylabathula, a senior at Concordia Academy in Roseville, recently competed in the 2015 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) along with 33 other students from across Minnesota.
ISEF is the world’s largest high school science research competition. Approximately 1700 students representing more than 75 countries are selected to compete.  
Mylabathula advanced to ISEF from the State Science & Engineering Fair. For his project, Mylabathula researched computer vision to develop a way for humans to interact with computers in ways apart from traditional mouse and keyboard. “I developed a program called AirTouch that enables users to control a computer using only hand gestures and voice input,” Mylabathula said. At the State Science & Engineering Fair, Mylabathula received the Beckman Coulter 2nd Place Engineering Award and the Minnesota Academy of Science Bronze Award.
For more information about the State Science & Engineering Fair, visit www.mnmas.org.

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