Facebook and NASSCOM launch Design4India Studio to provide AR/VR platform for startups

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Facebook and NASSCOM launched Design4India Studio in Bengaluru today to provide AR and VR platforms on the web and mobile for aspiring entrepreneurs and designers. The aim is to provide interactions via mentors from the software designing industry to the startups for exploring, innovating, and building content.

Design4India Studio will as well be collaborating with WeWork as a space partner. It would be an interchangeable and flexible platform for startups and designers in order to enhance adaptability to the progressively changing business ecosystems.

Our first of many ‘Open for all’ design studios is built to foster a culture of testing, learning, iterating and prototyping of products and services to increase productivity and innovation for the entrepreneurs and designers. – Ravi Gururaj, Founder and CEO, QikPod and Member, NASSCOM Executive Council

The studio was an original idea of NASSCOM partnered with the social media giant Facebook aiming to augment the software product innovation ecosystem in India.

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