Since our logo contains all letters in uppercase (“EYENUK”) people are often confused as to how to use it in a sentence, Eyenuk or EyeNuk? To further add to the confusion, our products are named with two uppercase letters (or in CamelCase) like EyeArt, EyeScreen, EyeMark, EyeSee, EyeApp. Let’s clear this confusion today.
As discussed in a previous blog post, Eyenuk, the name of our company is a play on the Hindi word ऐनक (ai-nuk), meaning spectacles or glasses. Spectacles or glasses improve vision and help you see the world better, which aligns with our philosophy of bringing AI-based technology to help diagnose diseases in people’s eyes.
The terms Art, Mark, Screen, See, App in our product names are separate from the word Eye, and therefore our products are named with two uppercase letters. However, Nuk on its own has no meaning.
EyeArt, EyeScreen, EyeMark, EyeApp, and EyeSee are made by Eyenuk.
So, the right way to use our company name in a sentence is Eyenuk.