Eobin George

Eobin George

Director, PerfectFit Systems

ABOUT

Eobin started his career with Aerotec, building and testing drones for agriculture and aerial surveying. As the co-founder he developed the company to a 5 member company and doubled revenue in under a year. Aerotec conducts UAV training sessions for undergrad and research institutes around India along with developing research prototypes for various industries across India. Eobin moved into a consulting role at Deloitte USI, after Aerotec, where he worked in technical consulting and was involved in various initiatives in the aerospace sector.  After his tenure in Deloitte, he moved to a research consulting role at the Aerospace Engineering Department at the prestigious Indian Institute of Sciences, where he was part of the MAV lab, working on the design and development of Micro Air Vehicles under Prof (Dr.) M S Bhatt. In 2015, he founded Tymphones,  producing 3D printed earphones based on 3D scan of a user’s ear canal. Eobin setup the complete production and art division along with raising investments for the company. The product was launched in 2016 collaboratively with United Sciences (USA).

 

Eobin is currently the Director of PerfectFit Systems, developing cutting edge mixed reality display technology to help customers engage with the virtual world by seamless merging of the real and the virtual world. Perfit 3D – Fashion, is a mixed reality (patent pending) AR display system which simulates a particular apparel on the user on the reflection of the user in the the mirror also allowing the user to customize colour, texture, fit and lengths of the apparel, proving the user a visual feel of the custom apparel before ordering.  The complete engagement is assisted by a virtual assistant that the user interacts with gesture and speech inputs. Following this engagement, the system 3D scans the user to get accurate body measurements of the user for automated apparel production in a fraction of the time of conventional production techniques. Perfit is currently piloted in India, targeting on-demand-fashion and uniform production