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Neuroon is the world’s first system, which allows you to modify your sleep paterns with patented light therapy.
Neuroon is the world’s first system, which allows you to modify your sleep paterns with patented light therapy.
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Development Update: January 8, 2015

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Hey guys, 

Yesterday a part of the Intelclinic team met with our designer studio and we have accepted several modifications to the design that will improve comfort of the materials as well as make the NeuroOn even lighter. These minor changes in the NeuroOn design will not, however, affect the timeline we have announced in the end of last year for finishing all work on the NeuroOn by April.  

We are also making preparations for the second, and last, round of clinical tests that will take place in February.  

Kamil and Tomasz at CES in Las Vegas
Kamil and Tomasz at CES in Las Vegas

Come visit our booth at CES in Las Vegas if you have a chance! We are located at Sands, booth 74027.  

The Intelclinic Team

December 17 Update

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Hey guys,

We’ve wanted to give you a more detailed follow-up from the last updated posted. The latest prototype we have received features a sensory strip that has electrodes on small string, which ensures contact with skin even during movement during the night. We want to make this part of the strip, however, more durable. We are also looking into the possibility of making the electronics compartment made of out silicon to make it even softer, and we will gauge the possibility of that in the next two weeks.

Two days ago we had an all-day meeting with the company that is going to help us with certification. We are happy to report that no changes to the electronics have to be made, which will make the process of obtaining certification shorter. All the non-electronic materials that we test are already certified as well.

We have also almost completed preparing the necessary documentation for the Android version of the NeuroOn ecosystem. According to the software house we are conducting talks with, the entire process for creating an Android version of the NeuroOn application should not exceed 3-4 weeks. As for the application, we are extremely proud of our design team. 

Have a peak at how the jet lag application looks like. We are going to submit it to the Apple Store in the first two weeks of January, so stay tuned!

The Intelclinic Team

Development Update: December 15, 2014

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Hey guys,

We would like to show you the just updated prototype of The NeuroOn.

Our hardware team is giving the prototype some final touches, and we are looking to start clinical trials at the beginning of 2015.  

We would also like to remind you that in the beginning of January we will be attending CES in Las Vegas. Our booth number is 740027, so if you are there and would like to see the NeuroOn, do not hesitate to come pay us a visit.  

The Intelclinic Team

Development Update: November 27, 2014

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Hey guys,  

First tests on the updated electronics box are behind us. We are satisfied with the results, as the quality has exceeded our initial assumptions. Now we are making small adjustments to the mask in order to provide the best comfort while ensuring optimal signal gathering capabilities. 

The hardware team has chosen a biological signals amplifier, and now is carrying out tests on LEDs in order to choose a model whose light is bright enough to affect sleep and does not cause irritation to the eyes at the same time. 

This is a circuit for controlling charging and measuring the battery level in the NeuroOn
This is a circuit for controlling charging and measuring the battery level in the NeuroOn
In the upcoming days, we will decide on the best way forward when it comes to the sensory strip, like amortization that would adapt to the shape of the face or flexible springs. Also, we will be testing the sensory strip prototypes to verify that they are comfortable.  

Last, but not least, for those of you who celebrate Thanksgiving, have a great holiday!

The Intelclinic Team  

Development Update: November 18, 2014

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Hey guys,

A few weeks ago, we asked you for a little help with choosing the final design of the NeuroOn. Last week we have met with our designers at Ergo Design in Cracow, and have confirmed that by the end of the month we will be testing the final prototype batch of the NeuroOn.

Our hardware team is working on sensors’ placement. Our aim is to make them both precise and comfortable. We are also carrying out durability and safety tests of several types of Swiss and Japanese batteries that we plan to use. When these tasks are accomplished, we will be ready for the certification process to begin.

The software team is programming the final PCB.  

In addition, by the end of this week, the NeuroOn Jet Lag App will be ready. As we are currently working on the iOS application, we will now be able to start work on its Android equivalent.  

The Intelclinic Team