A few years ago, our two co-founders Thuc Vu and Jared Go used to be roommates at Stanford, playing online soccer games against each other. Now they are teammates at OhmniLabs creating robots that work on enhancing people’s daiy life, especially the aging community.
Back to where it all began, they appeared at the KZSU Innovators 90.1 FM Radio Show of Stanford with host Tom Dioro, to trace their robotics journey starting from their Stanford’s dorm room.
KZSU is Stanford’s non-commercial 90.1 FM radio station which broadcasts across the Bay Area, and the rest of the world at kzsulive.stanford.edu. The station is owned by the school and operated by volunteering students, alumni, staff, and community affiliates.
You can listen to the full podcast here to discover why and how Jared and Thuc came up with OhmniLabs, the 3D printed Ohmni, and their latest decentralized platform to propell the robotics economy.