Russian start-up projects showcased at U.S.? TechCrunch Disrupt

Russian start-up projects showcased at U.S.? TechCrunch DisruptSeveral Russian start-ups, residents of the Skolkovo innovation hub, have presented their projects in the U.S. at TechCrunch Disrupt, one of the world?s largest tech start-up shows.

Several Russian start-ups, residents of the Skolkovo innovation hub outside Moscow, have presented their projects in San Francisco at TechCrunch Disrupt, one of the world?s largest tech start-up shows, Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported. FittingReality, one of the start-ups, has developed technology that enables a user to see his favorite item of clothing right on his photo in a three-dimensional format. To make this happen one needs to upload a photo on the website and click on a button found on the chosen item?s page in an online store. The service has a mobile interface and a Google Glass compatible version. Choister presented a service to look for, analyze and compare educational programs. The website collects and structures relevant data and enables a user to select a suitable program by a chosen set of criteria, such as postgraduate vs. bachelor?s, offline vs. online training, evening courses vs. daytime education, etc. 3DBin is a service that helps create a 3D image of any object by processing a number of pictures...