Past Projects – Lean Launchpad Singapore
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Past Projects


  • 2018

    Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Lee Tswen Wen
    Team Members: Ivan Goh, Sean Chua Shunjie, M.D., Dayan Garmaev-Randalon

    The Naviscope is a novel device that provides endoscopists a real-time 3D visualisation of the scope inside the human body. The Naviscope is designed to be used with all brands of scopes and provides a real-time 3D visualisation of the scope during the procedures. This allows endoscopists to take the right actions to resolve the loops quickly, which results in improved patient comfort and shorter procedure times.

  • 2018

    Republic Polytechnic

    Principal Investigator: Cheong Chun Wai, Manik Gujral
    Team Members: Kew Kok Wen, Tan Sin Hui, Peng Han

    In young children, motor skills developmental is a critical but laborious process which requires time, close supervision and patience. Ambidexter is a portable training device that makes motor skills development simple and fun for young children. In current intervention practice, the device provides occupational therapists and/or parents a superior tool with data-analytics to train
    and track a child’s progress enabling timely and effective intervention.

  • 2018
    Under the sea


    Principal Investigator: Dr. Neo Hong Jye
    Team member: Roy Koo, Mohamed Muhaimin

    Under the Sea is an initiative to ease pre-operative anxiety in children by using virtual reality technology to immerse and distract the patient. We are currently working towards creating a fully featured product and commercializing it globally to help children, parents and doctors have a better preoperative experience. Coming for surgery and medical procedures no longer has to be a scary and traumatic experience for our little friends and their families.

  • 2018
    BB Additives

    Department of Technology, Innovation and Enterprise, Singapore Poly

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Li Chunxiang
    Team Member: Lew Woon Cheun, Xiao Shijing, Adam Tan, Justin Arvin Amit

    Micro-encapsulation is a technology that is able to mask unfavourable taste or odor, prolong ingredient shelf-life, enhance flavour and quality, and provide ingredient stability through controlled release of active ingredients. The use of this technology can be extended to flavour, drug delivery, fragrance and cosmetic applications. Through our technology, it can provide F&B and ingredient manufacturers a cutting edge tool to drive new product sales.

  • 2018
    BID (Sepsis)

    Temasek Microelectronics Centre

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Sun Ling Ling
    Team Member: Willie Ng, Dr. Fu Yi, Dr. Christian Gert Bluchel

    The Bacterial Infection Diagnosis (BID) is a patented point of care diagnostic system jointly developed by TP, A*Star and TanTockSeng Hospital. All features are incorporated within a small footprint to provide a user-friendly and sensitive tool for real-time quantification of procalcitonin in whole blood. At a cost of S$10, the test is cheaper than existing procalcitonin tests conducted in central laboratories using bulky equipment.

  • 2018

    Singapore Stanford BioDesign

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Tan Ee Lim, Dr. Kenath Priyanka Prasad
    Team Member: Sharon Goh , Richard Li, M.D.

    Current airway clearance techniques that help in mucus mobilization such as percussion and PEP devices are physically intensive, labour-intensive, time-consuming and highly intrusive into the patient’s daily lives. WIND is a device capable of providing constant quality therapy in a manner that is integrative into the patient’s life with shortened therapy time. The device promotes airway clearance by generating intrapulmonary percussive oscillations and is controlled using a smartphone.