*Smart bike lighting, reinforce and extend your safety – LUXI.

Ordinary bike lights cannot always guarantee your safety; battery might run out, lighting not adaptable to ambient conditions etc.
Unlike, LUXI helps you enjoy riding safer and longer. By using APS (Adaptive Power Saving) technology, LUXI gives you brighter light and lasts longer.
APS technology is an efficient battery management system that enables LUXI to save energy by adjusting its brightness automatically.
LUXI also keeps your safety in any other activities performed in the darkness such as jogging, walking, skiing, tracking etc.
A crowdfunding campaign will be started on Kickstarter very soon to speed up the official launch of LUXI in early 2019.

Ready to improve your golf game? The Smart Putter gives you accurate analysis to improve your putts, strokes and everything in between.


The market's most innovative golf putter is here. Meet The Smart Putter: the groundbreaking tool built to help you elevate your game with the help of some of the most advanced mobile technology available.

SmartGolf is set to release its second product, the Smart Putter, known as the only golf club on the market to precisely indicate the level and aim of the putter and lets you analyze your stroke with 3D analysis of your speed, tempo and rhythm.

SmartGolf, a member company of the K-ICT Born2Global Centre startup incubator is set to release its second product, the Smart Putter, known as the only golf club on the market to precisely indicate the level and aim of the putter and lets you analyze your stroke with 3D analysis of your speed, tempo and rhythm. It's also the world's first analysis system with a 3D avatar expressing the user's muscle movements to help guide players to a better swing.


Unlike its competitors, the real-life club isn't just a simulator. The SmartGolf app's 3D avatar allows for real time motion, unlike competitors that only allow for analysis as a fixed animation following the user's swing. This means by playing with the putter, you get guidance not only from the accompanying SmartGolf app, but also develop muscle memory to improve your overall game.


Supported by Korea PGA coaches and analyzers, the Smart Putter is a golf coach without the hassle and expenses. Built with LED level indicators and laser aimer, Smart Putter guarantees a level balanced and a squared putt. And with Bluetooth connectionsto the app, the club allows you to monitor and compare your putts with past strokes and simulate your putts on various types of green.

Here are more of the Smart Putter's Features:

  • The Smart Putter is built as a mallet face balanced putter, designed and manufactured by a professional club maker.
  • The model can be used on the field without the technology aspect. When the digital components are turned off, you can use it on the course, along with training at home or in the office.
  • 9-axis sensors (Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and Compass) in the Smart putter offers the most precise and accurate analysis on your stroke.
  • The SmartGolf app has both practice and entertainment components. It also allows for online multiplayer mode, where users can try out their putts with their friends on a virtual green.
  • The SmartGolf app is downloadable for free on iOS, Android and Windows. It includes bonus features that can be used without the physical putter.

The Smart Putter is available through the SmartGolf website and will be available at Smart Putters partner retail locations later in 2018. The club ships in the U.S. and internationally and retails for $300.


You can download photos and videos at the SmartGolf press kit here.


 

NEOFECTK-ICT Born2Global Centre's member company, develops medical devices and software for stroke patients and people suffering from neurological or musculoskeletal diseases. At CES, the world's largest electronic device trade show, in 2017, NEOFECT received an Innovation Award for its RAPAEL Smart Glove, a rehabilitation device for the hands, wrists, and lower arms of stroke patients. More recently, the company received its second consecutive Innovation Award at CES 2018 for its RAPAEL Smart Pegboard, a rehabilitation device designed for stroke patients' hands and arms.

 

 

 


NeoFect received its second consecutive Innovation Award at CES 2018 for its RAPAEL Smart Pegboard,

a rehabilitation device designed for stroke patients’ hands and arms.

 

 

The main feature of NEOFECT's RAPAEL series is its use of games. Unlike other rehabilitation device companies, the majority of which offer products that involve the repetition of simple and boring movements, NEOFECT has introduced a game-based element to its devices to make rehabilitation activities more entertaining and effective.

The company's most recent release is the RAPAEL smart pegboard, which, simply put, is a digital version of the traditional wooden pegboard. With this device, the patient engages in rehabilitative training by grasping and placing wooden pegs into a board in accordance with the rules of the selected game. The purpose of pegboard training is to enhance hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, cognitive ability, space perception, and concentration.

The 63 high-luminance LEDs installed on the board light up to show the user where to place the pegs. For example, when playing the whack-a-mole game, only the holes where the user is expected to place the peg light up. To have patients make shapes, the lights create the shape of a heart or arrow, among others. The device also provides audio feedback through a speaker embedded in the board that notifies the user of his or her progress through sound effects and voice.

Harnessing painful experiences and applying them to the creation of a patient rehabilitation solution

CEO Ban Ho-young was always interested in rehabilitative treatment. "My father and uncle both died from stroke. In both cases, it was very difficult to have to just stand by and watch them suffer. During those experiences, I noticed the lack of rehabilitation methods available for patients who have lost most of their motor abilities and began thinking about how to resolve that problem." A university friend of Ban's who was studying rehabilitative medicine at the time shared his views and suggested starting a company together, thus giving birth to NEOFECT.

Practical feedback is just as important as research in the lab

Ban believes that the greatest strengths of NEOFECT products are practicality and convenience. As an engineering major, Ban was confident about his ability to develop machines and solutions, but knew that he lacked medical expertise. "I visited rehabilitation centers literally hundreds and thousands of times. I met with patients, doctors, and physical therapists to get as accurate a picture as possible of the rehabilitation process." This direct feedback from the field, which we had not considered in his first product designs, was then applied to the creation of NEOFECT's final products.

Another strength of the company's products is convenience. Most rehabilitation equipment is very costly (hundreds of millions of Korean won) and quite large, which is why they are available only in hospitals. As a result, patients who are determined to get well have no choice but to undergo rehabilitation at a hospital.

Pioneering a next-generation medical device market under the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Unlike other rehabilitation solution companies, which have focused mainly on hardware development, NEOFECT has grown based on its prioritization of both software and hardware. It is currently developing a rehabilitation solution that involves the use of AI and IoT. Ban said, "Big data is the key. We will be thoroughly analyzing the movements that enable patients to recover their neurological functions more quickly."

To develop new products, Ban is also actively striving to attract investment. As of last year, the company's annual sales stand at around KRW 2.1 billion, but it has already accumulated KRW 13.5 billion in investment, meaning that many companies are very optimistic about NEOFECT's potential. The list of NEOFECT investors includes a number of famous KOSDAQ-listed venture capital companies, including DSC Investment and Company K.

After receiving consultations from the Born2Global Centre on patents and two areas of accounting, NEOFECT was able to conduct its business more effectively. The company's transaction method, which had primarily been B2B, was changed to include more B2C transactions in 2017, allowing NEOFECT to help more patients with their rehabilitation efforts.

 

For more detailed information on the NEOFECT, visit http://www.neofect.com/en/

http://www.pr.com/press-release/722171

 

 

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From Your Finger to Your Heart 

   ─ The watch strap “Sgnl” makes it easy for you to receive calls using just your fingers.

 
Take a look on how its done! https://goo.gl/uBAvyT

 

*Sgnl is the world’s only smart strap.
This strap delivers sound through your body.
Sgnl has been very popular the last few years.
Achieved USD 20 million in funding as of May 2017.
Funding is still in progress on Indiegogo
Pre-order shipping to begin later this year.

 

 
 

From Your Finger to Your Heart 

   ─ The watch strap “Sgnl” makes it easy for you to receive calls using just your fingers.

 
Take a look on how its done! https://goo.gl/uBAvyT

 

*Sgnl is the world’s only smart strap.
This strap delivers sound through your body.
Sgnl has been very popular the last few years.
Achieved USD 20 million in funding as of May 2017.
Funding is still in progress on Indiegogo
Pre-order shipping to begin later this year.

 

 
 

From Your Finger to Your Heart 

   ─ The watch strap “Sgnl” makes it easy for you to receive calls using just your fingers.

 
Take a look on how its done! https://goo.gl/uBAvyT

 

*Sgnl is the world’s only smart strap.
This strap delivers sound through your body.
Sgnl has been very popular the last few years.
Achieved USD 20 million in funding as of May 2017.
Funding is still in progress on Indiegogo
Pre-order shipping to begin later this year.

 

GoTouch, a digital whiteboard developed by Anyractive

 

South Korean startup Anyractive announced on Oct. 10 

that it has exceeded its Kickstarter crowdfunding goal of $30,000 

for its independently developed digital whiteboard GoTouch. 

It had accumulated $80,000 as of Oct. 9 and the crowdfunding period will be end on Oct. 27. 

 

GoTouch, a smart communications solution consisting of the GoTouch device 

and mobile application, transfers content from display devices 

-- such as mobile devices, TVs, computers, and projector screens -- 

to a touchscreen, allowing users to interact with content together in real-time. 


The system is ideal for conferences or classrooms, 

as GoTouch makes it possible to manipulate text, pictures, colors and lines, 

as well as save and share content, 

GoTouch is equipped with sensors, 

an electronic pen and a filter, giving it 3-D motion capture capabilities. 

Anyractive CEO Lim Sung-hyun said, 

“The device is internet-connect, allowing for long distance communication, 

and the sensors and user’s mobile device are connected via Bluetooth.” 

A domestic patent application has been submitted for the 3-D motion capture technique 

used by GoTouch, and Anyractive plans to secure US 

and international patents for the technology in the near future. 

(jshwang@heraldcorp.com)


http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161014000464

GoTouch, a digital whiteboard developed by Anyractive

 

South Korean startup Anyractive announced on Oct. 10 

that it has exceeded its Kickstarter crowdfunding goal of $30,000 

for its independently developed digital whiteboard GoTouch. 

It had accumulated $80,000 as of Oct. 9 and the crowdfunding period will be end on Oct. 27. 

 

GoTouch, a smart communications solution consisting of the GoTouch device 

and mobile application, transfers content from display devices 

-- such as mobile devices, TVs, computers, and projector screens -- 

to a touchscreen, allowing users to interact with content together in real-time. 


The system is ideal for conferences or classrooms, 

as GoTouch makes it possible to manipulate text, pictures, colors and lines, 

as well as save and share content, 

GoTouch is equipped with sensors, 

an electronic pen and a filter, giving it 3-D motion capture capabilities. 

Anyractive CEO Lim Sung-hyun said, 

“The device is internet-connect, allowing for long distance communication, 

and the sensors and user’s mobile device are connected via Bluetooth.” 

A domestic patent application has been submitted for the 3-D motion capture technique 

used by GoTouch, and Anyractive plans to secure US 

and international patents for the technology in the near future. 

(jshwang@heraldcorp.com)


http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161014000464

GoTouch, a digital whiteboard developed by Anyractive

 

South Korean startup Anyractive announced on Oct. 10 

that it has exceeded its Kickstarter crowdfunding goal of $30,000 

for its independently developed digital whiteboard GoTouch. 

It had accumulated $80,000 as of Oct. 9 and the crowdfunding period will be end on Oct. 27. 

 

GoTouch, a smart communications solution consisting of the GoTouch device 

and mobile application, transfers content from display devices 

-- such as mobile devices, TVs, computers, and projector screens -- 

to a touchscreen, allowing users to interact with content together in real-time. 


The system is ideal for conferences or classrooms, 

as GoTouch makes it possible to manipulate text, pictures, colors and lines, 

as well as save and share content, 

GoTouch is equipped with sensors, 

an electronic pen and a filter, giving it 3-D motion capture capabilities. 

Anyractive CEO Lim Sung-hyun said, 

“The device is internet-connect, allowing for long distance communication, 

and the sensors and user’s mobile device are connected via Bluetooth.” 

A domestic patent application has been submitted for the 3-D motion capture technique 

used by GoTouch, and Anyractive plans to secure US 

and international patents for the technology in the near future. 

(jshwang@heraldcorp.com)


http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161014000464

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