A team of four Thai students won first prize in the software writing competition at Microsoft's 2007 Imagine Cup competition in Seoul, South Korea. The four students from two universities in Bangkok wrote a program that enables computers to 'voice' typed and handwritten text for people who are illiterate. The team was comprised of Chatuporn Sukkasem, Pratchaya Paisanwipatpong and Patompol Sang-u-raiporn from Kasetsart University and Wasant Cheanmaneetaweesin from Chulalongkorn University. The team received a US$25,000 cash prize. The competition attracted 344 students from 112 teams representing 59 countries.