Project Description: An opportunity exists in developing a prosthetic hand that can outperform the current prosthetic hands on the market, at a competitive price point, all while creating a brand that resonates with the user. An ideal situation would be to come as close as possible to the degrees of freedom of a human hand. Krobotech's goal is fill this gap in the prosthetic industry between cost and functionality with Krobohand.
Students: Ethan Kirkley, Zepyour Khechadoorian, Cameron Hunt, Kevin Wong
Project Description: Red Lion Robotics develops accessible low-cost tools for motivational walking rehabilitation and assistance.
Students: Yasemin Sarigul-Klijn, Peter Wang, Hwan Heo
Project Description: Seeking to provide an affordable, point-of-care therapeutic for diabetic foot ulcer patients. By utilizing a small amount of the patient's own body fat, our device is able to activate the stem cells found within it and use their regenerative properties to repair damaged tissue. The entire treatment can be performed in under one hour.
Students: Ahmed Zobi, Hugo Salas, Justin Stovner, Jade Tassey, Adrain Bahani
Project Description: Memorlane is a collaborative photo sharing platform that streamlines photo categorization and sharing. The app allows users’ photos to be uploaded to communal albums. These albums correspond to specific locations, events, businesses, etc. when the user in within the preset geofence. Participant’s photos for a collaborative album can be instantaneously uploaded, if the user is within a predefined time or distance window. This allows for a simple solution to store and collect many photos in the cloud from an event all at once, without having to ask anyone.
Students: Evan Schein, Yocelyn Recinos, Michael Tran
Project Description: The Motion Analytic System (AirTouch) is a wearable hand computer designed and optimised for interactive computing. AirTouch tracks the relative position of each finger (all five fingers including the thumb) and uniquely provides haptic feedback to each finger. The device is capable of tracking hand gestures such as a grasp, release, thumbs up, or point and runs the Linux operating system, thus supporting numerous applications in virtual and augmented reality.
Students: Olaoluwa Adesanya, Laura Beken, Brandon Cabrera
Project Description: MunchiesPippy is "on-demand anything", powered by AI. Whatever people need done, we do, in a short timeframe and at a very competitive price. Users open our app, tell us what they need and tap go - we use AI to plan logistics, give them an instant price estimate, then dispatch their task out to fulfillers who will start working on their task right away.
Students: Karan Kanwar, Douglas Huynh, Kausthub Raj Jadhav, Martin Gomez, Antonio Lopez, Sam Chen
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