The Restore holster is used for charging pectorally implanted medical devices. It contains a charging puck that is positioned above the implant and a battery power source.
Initial interviews were conducted with doctors to understand the challenges they see with patients. Concepts and prototypes were then created. Directions were tested on patients who suffered from essential tremors.
The selected design met the requirements for comfort, ease of adjustment, and cost.
Services • Industrial design • User research, interviews
US Patent #7,738,965
TuringSense Pivot Motion-Capture
Pivot is a full-body motion-capture technology and biomechanics analysis platform for the start-up TuringSense.
Research and prototypes were made for determining how to locate and securely hold the "Hub" and up to 16 "Sensors". A user first puts on the straps to roughly locate the sensors. Then, through the slotted clip design, they adjust for proper positioning, over the Scapula for example.