Digital modeler Geopipe wins $1M grand prize in Genius NY competition
Posted on September 17, 2020
Syracuse, N.Y. — Geopipe, a company that creates digital models of the real world, won the $1 million grand prize in the Genius NY business competition Thursday.
Founded in New York City four years ago, Geopipe creates virtual models of real places such as cities for use in video games, simulations and architecture. The company says its software generates 3D maps and models with every tree, building, road and window labeled and realistically reproduced in much less time than it would take a digital artist to create manually.
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