On April 9, we’re having a #pillbottle Tweet Chat from 8-9pm Eastern Time. Little Devices is teaming up with hosts Smart Patients to have a conversation about how patients, caregivers, […]
Great talk by John Schimmel of DIYAbility on how individuals with disabilities are overcoming their challenges to enjoy the everyday things. I love their slogan “Where MacGyver meets Assistive Technology”
For those of you interested. MAPLE DW – Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation Direct Write is a way of using laser beam to “fleck” off the underside coating of a […]
In partnership with the BMW Guggenheim Lab, we’re setting up an PULSE stations around metropolitan environments, starting with Berlin. PULSE — Personal Urban Life and Sensor Environments — are a […]
We are prototyping some setups to be able to capture data of 7-segment displays (think LCD watch) that come in major medical devices such as glucometers and blood pressure cuffs. […]
A few weeks ago, CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta featured the Little Devices group. Watch the nebulizers, MEDIKits, and toys in action! More at The Next List
Make Magazine’s Ultimate Kit Guide featured our MEDIKit platform in an article we wrote called “‘Design for Hack’ in Medicine”. What does this mean? Imagine a design philosophy that embraces […]
So the challenge in Ocotal, Nicaragua was to make an IV alarm using locally available materials. Toys were abundant, cheap, and easily hackable. The video says it best.