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  • NeuMimic Patent Submitted
    A Provisional Patent has been submitted to the USPTO for the NeuMimic therapy system, including the innovative brace. The system is available for commercialization and a full patent submission will be made as ideas are incorporated from on-going use of the system.
  • NeuMimic in Business Plan Competition
    May 5, 2014- Air Force Academy students presented the business opportunity of Neumimic in the Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge, a business pitch competition with a $250,000 prize purse, in Fort Collins on May 2, 2014. Neumimic finished in the Top 5 of 111 teams at the CSU competition. They were the only…

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Whether it's an touch screen game to help kids learn to print, a therapeutic balance platform, or a "power assist" device for those with limited hand strength, FalconWorks makes it happen.

FalconWorks is a nonprofit "innovation hub", bringing together the necessary resources to design and build technology-based solutions for disabled individuals and our community. We focus our efforts on projects that require significant creativity, innovation, and design work and help improve the lives of many people in our community.

FalconWorks coordinates with the U.S. Air Force Academy's academic departments to establish integrated teams for each project. Operating under the direction of the Academy's world-class faculty, these teams will consist of cadets who earn credit as part of their senior capstone courses. Projects will generally follow the academic year timeline with final product deliveries in May of each year.

To finance these projects, FalconWorks arranges financial sponsors with the intent of making the end product available to the therapeutic and assistive community. The only "cost" we ask of our project sponsors to bear is spending time with FalconWorks and the project teams to ensure we deliver what you need. Members of your organization may be asked to provide information, attend design reviews, and provide feedback for student evaluations.

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