Grey is a Communications and New Media graduate from NUS and a professional photographer who was inspired by astronomy imaging as an undergraduate. He came up with the idea of TinyMOS after he realized that astrophotography is complicated and requires heavy and expensive equipment. With the Tiny1, he hopes to make astronomy imaging more accessible to everyone.
Ashprit is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from NUS with experience in prototyping and hardware assembly. He has worked closely with the founders of Sustainable Living Lab (SL2), Singapore’s first Makerspace in hardware prototyping and entrepreneurship-based projects and programs.
Lih Wei is an undergraduate at the NUS Faculty of Engineering and was the Chief Product Engineer for Berner International while he was on the prestigious NUS Overseas College program, where he headed the designing, programming, and production of prototyping parts for new product development