RI Med Tech

Our team is actively engaged in a diverse array of projects, both internally and in conjunction with Bristol Robotics Lab (BRL). Our team’s main objective is centred around the development of open-source and 3D printable assistive living products.

Zero Limits Range

Our innovative line of 3D printable accessories currently includes a gyroscopic no-spill cupholder for wheelchair users, as well as plans to expand to ergonomic handgrips, smartphone mounts and more. With our open-source design files, users can easily download and print the accessories using a 3D printer or access a network of partner printers for cost-effective production. Our goal is to provide disabled individuals with affordable, customisable, and accessible solutions that enhance their mobility and empower their independence.

Our team is actively engaged in a diverse array of projects, both internally and in conjunction with Bristol Robotics Lab (BRL). Our team’s main objective is centred around the development of open-source and 3D printable assistive living products.

Zero Limits Range

Our innovative line of 3D printable accessories currently includes a gyroscopic no-spill cupholder for wheelchair users, as well as plans to expand to ergonomic handgrips, smartphone mounts and more. With our open-source design files, users can easily download and print the accessories using a 3D printer or access a network of partner printers for cost-effective production. Our goal is to provide disabled individuals with affordable, customisable, and accessible solutions that enhance their mobility and empower their independence.

Smart Prosthetics

We are currently working with researchers from the BRL on the development of a smart prosthetic that can adapt to the everyday needs of individuals with above-knee amputations. 

Unfortunately, due to the nature of the project and its current stage of research, we are unable to share any more information at this time. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the project further.

Smart Prosthetics

We are currently working with researchers from the BRL on the development of a smart prosthetic that can adapt to the everyday needs of individuals with above-knee amputations. 

Unfortunately, due to the nature of the project and its current stage of research, we are unable to share any more information at this time. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the project further.

 

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