Happy to discover today that the medical product my team has been developing throughout our final year of school has received substantial ( for us anyways ) funding through ASU’s Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative, an accelerator program we applied to several months ago. Out of approximately 340 applicants, we were selected to be one of the 20 student businesses to receive funding, office space, and training for our nascent product/business.
In the upcoming months, we’ll be receiving a great deal of help and training regarding our pending business strategies, but for now it’s good to know someone is interested in a product we have worked on for the entire school year. Although I’ll be working full time at IBM in the next few weeks physically removed from the team, I’m hoping to maintain time to contribute any physical product designing knowledge I can offer.
All in all I’m super proud of the work we’ve done thus far and can’t wait to see what we’ll do with this incredible opportunity. Team Link’s done good!
At this point all I need to do now is just finish my personal documentation of the project and everything will be just dandy.
5:57 pm 1 note- May 20 2013
Naoto fukasawa is the first ‘famous name’ to come to mind, but most of my favorite products are designed by anonymous individuals.
May 4 2013
It’s slowly coming together - way more pieces than I thought it would be
“Fun with lathes!”
2:56 am 5 notes
March 4 2013
For the first time in a long time, I’m really satisfied with the overall architecture of my portfolio website.
All I really need to do at this point is polish off the process of a research project I’m currently working on and properly document some personal projects I’ve been dabbling at.
Happy to be at this point.
I take photos with an iphone 4, and I primarily render (3D) using Rhinoceros 5 and Keyshot. Pretty straightforward!
January 27 2013