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Healthy the T-Ink way:
T-INK’s ORA Hero-Skin SmartWear sensor and textile development will create the foundation of 24/7 complete non-invasive monitoring. Working with leading biometric analytics and clinical based medical groups T-INK’s ink systems are being applied to a wide range of potential medical products to home health care use.
Why T-Ink for Medical?
- Inks can be formulated in virtually any color
- Inks create and control heat, sound, light, current and a wide array of sensors
Is the first "printed" sensor technology that provides comfort and the abilities in T-INK's specific ink formulations that enables the capture and transmission of comprehensive physiological data on the wearer via mobile microprocessor enabling genuine remote monitoring of human performance and condition in the real world in real time.
Client: Topomax Johnson & Johnson
The Sound and the Fury
Those suffering from migraines do not want to read or hear more than they have to. T-INK developed an in office testing system that does not include audio and does include soothing lights, much to the welcome of those suffering from head injuries.
Client: ORA TheraHeat
Refrain From the Pain
As part of Ora’s comprehensive well-being program, the TheraHeat utilizes printed heat technology to pulse pain relieving therapeutic warmth to places you need them. Flexible, washable and reusable Ora Theraheat rewrites the classic line, "No pain, no gain, no problem".
T-INK's biometric printed sensors, print heat and sub surface interactive controls are now opening up new applications for medical use. T-INK’s SanSmart process can now create completely interactive yet easily sanitized surfaces for medical equipment to hospital walls and counters. T-INK's biometric inks are now being developed for medical to everyday use providing consumers complete 24/7 continuous vital monitoring.
Client: SanSmart InMold
Clean and Lean
Printed controls are on the B side with nano-based bacteria inhibitors printed on the A side creating ultra-sanitory surfaces for medical equipment to hospitals walls and countertops.