CNN’s "The Next List," hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, recently took viewers into a future where checking your vital signs is just as easy as checking your email. Doctors reach out to patients on smartphones to alert them to conditions they don’t even feel yet, and remotely deliver a personalized solution.
These are all technologies currently in development at the USC Center for Body Computing, led by Executive Director Dr. Leslie Saxon.
Ljilja Kascak, student member of IDSA and a master’s student in the School of Industrial Design, has been awarded first place in the “connected life” category of the Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC) for a project called Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), a home-based monitoring application designed to help patients with chronic conditions.
By providing effects that evoke sensations as diverse as a rolling pinball, running engine or human heartbeat in the palm of your hand or bring rich, full-bodied sounds to your ears just like you were experiencing it live, ViviTouch® technology is changing how consumers experience their favorite electronics.
What happens when you combine renowned, Canadian industrial designer, Matthew Kroeker, IDSA, with two designers—turned MBA grads—from top-tiered business schools? You get a group of business-savvy, design thinkers who want to solve problems and disrupt stagnant industries.
Matthew Gailey, IDSA | Marketing & Business Development Manager: Laser Marking Additives, EMD Chemicals
Technical advisement for functional and decorative applications in plastics, primarily focusing on laser marking applications Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Laser Marking and Welding Guru for North and South America and one heck of a dancer...