What happened so far?
The story dates back to 2012, when the young Hungarian developer, Balázs Zsombori had an idea about an application that would break down the walls of communication. His initial goal was to create the first app in his country that would help speech impaired people communicate.
In the development process it played an important role that Balázs applied for the 22th Hungarian Innovation Contest for Youth, where he received first prize and a lot of mentoring.
In September of 2013 he traveled to Prague, where he participated in the 25th European Union Contest for Young Scientists. He received third prize there.
After the contest he was invited to Brussels to present PictoVerb at the Voice of the Researchers conference that was organized by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation.
In December of 2013 Balázs represented his country at the Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar, where he presented PictoVerb at the Aula Magna of Stockholm University.