Photo: The Straits Times

The Straits Times published an article on SUTD’s recent graduates Aravind Kandiah and Charles Wong for coming in tops in the new Student Techblazer category of the second annual Singapore Digital Techblazer Awards yesterday. They developed a simulation engine called Bifrost, which is also the name of their start-up, that creates custom virtual worlds for clients to simulate events that are hard to come by in real life, such as traffic accidents and natural disasters.

Read the full article here.

The win has also been featured on The Business Times and Channel NewsAsia (interview segment starts at 1:33 mins).

Find out more about the Techblazer Awards here.