TPSurgery is an interactive surgery assistant system. By the use of Mid-Air gestures, the user is able to adjust the surgery light in a three-dimensional atmosphere as well as controlling the information displayed on the screens. TPSurgery combines a Graphical User Interface with a Tangible User Interface for providing feedback and feedforward to properly control the system.
Epi is an auto-injection epinephrine device that users can carry with confidence, erasing social stigma. It's more accessible and elegant than previous life-saving medical devices. When the user senses an allergic reaction, Epi can be quickly accessed to inject epinephrine into their muscle tissue. Upon injection, Epi triggers its smartphone application to notify 911 emergency services of the user's exact location, allergy susceptibility, and personal information. This helps to expedite and reduce onsite emergency response time, thus saving lives.
Mini Well is an Intraocular Lens with an optical design able to correct presbyopia. The patented design concept is based on induction of spherical aberrations to restore a continuum of vision from far to near. Mini Well design extends the depth of field, reduces the risk of photopsy and glares and favors patient neural adaptation. Mini Well design, as a link between monofocal and traditional multifocal optics, promotes patient satisfaction as that of the smiling man in the figure.
Designed with doctors and patients in mind, the CA750 is a telehealth system that easily fits into a hospital’s existing workflow. The CA750 was created to make remote doctor video visits as easy and effective as a traditional in-person visit. The cart’s intuitive features ensure doctors and nurses can focus on the patient in front of them and providing the best care possible. The CA750 overcame the downsides of alternative solutions by focusing on usability, mobility and dependability. Through the CA750, patients can connect with the right doctor at the right time to receive optimal care.
This design resolves the physical problem which occurs when one uses smart phone with an artificial hand. The smart device is attached to the prosthetic hand to eliminate the risk of dropping the device. The product allows the users to operate the device with the other free hand, thereby compensating the defect of recognition error when touching the screen with an artificial finger, and the difficulty of detailed operation of existing prosthetic hand. The screen of the display attached to the prosthetic hand rotates digitally, and the user can view an upright screen from any directions.
The iNAP is designed to provide a comfortable sleep experience for OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) patients. During sleep, the iNAP system creates a gentle vacuum within the oral cavity by stabilizing the tongue, thereby keeping the airway open. Unlike traditional CPAP machines, the iNAP system works without a face mask or a bulky machine and instead uses a discreet soft oral interface and a pocket-sized console. The system provides a simple and intuitive user interface with a built-in rechargeable battery and an easy-to-clean saliva container, making it a perfect travel companion.