Displaying items by tag: medical equipment
Looking for: Engineer
GyroGear is an award-winning startup team developing wearable technology to stabilise the body. Our first product, the GyroGlove, is an intelligent glove that stabilises hand tremors. We are a crack team of engineers, designers and medics building platforms to change lives. An international mix of young minds and makers. We comprise students and graduates from Imperial College London. Backed by…
Looking for: Biz developer
We operate www.EmergencyAndDisasterSupplies.com, www.IndependentCareProducts.com, and our blog www.EmergencySuppliesBlog.com Our idea is to combine both of these two unique product lines into www.PHF-Stores.com and establish small retail store that stock basic products and have access to thousands of other products through in store computer terminals with large screens and payment options. We think this concept will work in today's environment where…
Looking for: Biz developer, Developer, Engineer
I have a start-up project called Angel Vitals. The prototype (partial) is at AngelVitals.com and there is much more to the design of the idea. Please visit the site so you can get a big picture of what I am trying to develop. I need someone who can connect hardware and software together and engineer the device which can run…
Looking for: Advisor, Biz developer, Marketer, Sales person, Other
I'm creating a new tool to assist Neurologists in diagnosing new epileptic patients. After an MRI and EEG (Electroencephologram), the current method of treatment is prescription drugs by trial and error, which can take anywhere from 2-5 years.I seek to minimize that to months. Unfortunately, I can not disclose any specific information due to the prototype already in development, but…
My friend who is paraplegic is unsatisfied with the wheelchairs he can buy.  He is modifying a wheelchair to meet his desires and needs.  There is an online community of people doing this.  If regulations allowed one to sell chairs that already matched their desires, then those unable to build chairs for themselves might benefit.  I am in the process…