Leeds University had been developing a tool to help surgeons reach organs that sit behind other body parts. They had designed a steel prototype but it was far too costly to make, so they asked us to help.
It’s hot in the Middle East so lamp posts need to be installed quickly. Lucy Zodion came to us with an idea for a more innovative product, to beat the competition and capture this lucrative market.
The Rockit is a portable baby rocker that can be safely attached and used with any pushchair, stroller, buggy or pram. It was the brainchild of three regular dads, who wanted our support to bring it to life.
Following a change in H&S regulations, ladders became unacceptable to use in the working environment. Vizstark spotted an opportunity for a product idea they knew could fill the gap ladders left.
Forceps haven’t essentially changed since 1752, but they have a problem. In a high-pressure adrenaline fuelled situation (3am, after a long protracted labour) it’s impossible to know when to stop.
Rowena Johnson was having problems brushing the teeth of her daughter Saskia. As an occupational therapist she knew tooth decay in toddlers was a problem and wanted to do something about it.
Frustrated mum Sarah Atherton, found eating out with her three small children practically impossible. So she invented Pepeto, a baby-carrier that cleverly transforms into a self-supporting child seat.
A name synonymous with high-end automotive safety, Recaro approached us to develop a range of adaptors to allow their baby seats to retro-fit onto different pushchair/stroller chassis.
In partnership with Leeds NIHR Global Health Research Group, we are developing a gasless Laparoscopy surgical device. This is a research and design project to improve quality of healthcare in rural North East India.