TAME (Tremor Acquisition and minimization) is selected as one of the finalists for the Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge

13th March, 2017

The Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge offers cash prizes and free entrepreneur mentorship in a competition open to all university students around the world who want to design products and services which optimize long life for us all. This year’s challenge will focus on designs that improve the quality of life for individuals aging in their homes.TAME is selected as one of the finalists who will receive paid travel to Stanford, where they will present their designs to renowned industry, academic, and government leaders.

TAME is a wearable device for the diagnosis and suppression of Pathological Tremors. There are two prototypes: Prototype A is a wearable sleeve for the diagnosis and suppression of tremors and Prototype B is a wearable wrist band for the diagnosis of tremors.
The Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge offers cash prizes and free entrepreneur mentorship in a competition open to all university students around the world who want to design products and services which optimize long life for us all. This year’s challenge will focus on designs that improve the quality of life for individuals aging in their homes.TAME is selected as one of the finalists who will receive paid travel to Stanford, where they will present their designs to renowned industry, academic, and government leaders.

Team members are Arsalan Javed, Awais Shafiq, Hooriya Anam of BEE-4, Batch 2012.

 

 

Achievements of TAME