Sarang Nerkar is an electrical and computer engineer from the University of Toronto, Canada. His research centers around wearable computing, augmented reality, articial intelligence and computational photography. For over 3 years he served as a research scientist with Professor Steve Mann (also known as the “Father of Wearable Computing”) at the Humanistic Intelligence Lab, University of Toronto. Based on his research he has developed novel modular augmented reality eyeglasses, smart time-lapse cameras and various other wearable computing, augmented reality, computational photography and machine learning platforms. His work has resulted in various peer reviewed research publications, trade secrets and multiple patent lings. The focus of his work has been public sector application of these novel technologies.