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Smart contact lenses will have the ability in the near future to zoom in and give greater detail to your abiility to see. This abilty will become standard for us in our daily lives.
Imagine the ability to adjust your vision anytime without bulky glasses or goggles. Whether you're reading a book or watching a game, electronically adjustable vision is the future we are developing.
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November 13, 2018 InWith's 3D circuitry platform can potentially enable 100's of new biocompatible devices that deliver drugs, diagnose disease, monitor biomarkers and augment senses, to name a few applications. "The human augmentation market, which includes implants as well as bionic limbs and fledgling computer-brain connections, will grow more than tenfold, to $2.3 billion, by 2025, as industries as diverse as health care, defense and sports, adopt such technologies, researcher OG Analysis predicts. “We’re only at the beginning of this trend,” says Oliver Bendel, a professor at the University of Applied Sciences & Arts Northwestern Switzerland who specializes in machine ethics. InWith Corporation patented technologies were born in labs of multi-billion dollar companies and the integration of our platform is now happening in the labs of other industry leaders. Just the beginning for InWith! .
INWITH LEADERSHIP TEAM
PRESIDENT | DAVID T MARKUS, PhD
David T. Markus holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and a MS in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in MEMS Microelectronics and Biomedical. Dr. Markus spent 11 years with Raytheon and holds several US patents and has several other US and International Patents Pending. He has been involved in research for several of the world's leading technological institutions, including the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, Virginia, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA and he has been published 15 times for various technical conferences. He was a principal investigator on SBIR DARPA Phase I and Phase II, and "Ultraflexible Substrate" for Macroelectronics Program by Dr. Robert Reuss at DARPA. He has been involved in the engineering and the development on seven surgical devices, including devices for Cataract surgery, Intra-Ocular Lens Delivery, Arthroscopy, Endodontic Endoscope, Micro Endoscope and Neural Electrodes. Additionally he was instrumental on developing three medical laboratory devices, including for In-Vitro Fertilization, PCR instrumentation and drug discovery. Finally, Dr. Markus is fluent in English, Chinese-Mandarin, Taiwanese-FuJian and Indonesian languages.
VICE PRESIDENT | DR. SCOTT PETERSON
A native of Utah, Dr. Peterson did his undergraduate work at
Weber State University in Ogden, Utah and he received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry in 1983. Upon graduation he established his optometric practice in Ogden where he has met the vision needs of patients for the past 33 years. He is a member of both the American and Utah Optometric Associations and is highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of various eye diseases and specializes in fitting contact lenses of all kinds. Dr. Peterson is currently serving as a member of the Utah Optometry Licensing Board. He has a special interest in correcting children's vision problems.
InWith Corporation is working to develop technology in a concept combination depicted above: Real-time vision augmentation and correction coupled with mobile device control and actuation built within the contact lens structure, is what InWith Corp. is working to pioneer. As a result, we have already proven and achieved successful integration of microelectronic circuitry platforms into modern contact lenses. We now own some of the leading IP in this new field.
Here are just a few of the EPGL technologies for which patents are pending.
ENERGY HARVESTINGHarnessing the energy created by the blink of an eye, EPGL has built microchips for the purpose of powering an electronically enhanced contact lens.
SENSORS FOR ELECTRONIC CONTACT LENSESSensors that are designed to trigger desired mechanical actions within an electronically enhanced contact lens.
CONTACT LENS CHARGING AND STORAGESmart storage cases for electronic contact lenses that can transfer data and energy for charging the contact lens overnight.
CIRCUIT INTEGRATION INTO CONTACT LENSESMethods and designs for flexible electronic substrates to be integrated into Silicone Hydrogel contact lenses and other medical devices.
FLEXIBLE CIRCUITRY FOR ELECTRONIC CONTACT LENSESEnabling the electronic contact lens manufacturing process, methods and Design for flexible electronic substrates to be integrated into Silicone Hydrogel contact lenses.
DEFINED SPACES INSIDE ELECTRONIC CONTACT LENSESMethods and techniques for creating space, chambers and compartments within contact lenses to accommodate electronic circuits and mechanical devices.
AUTOFOCUS MECHANISMS FOR CONTACT LENSESMethods and designs of a mechanical system within a Silicone Hydrogel contact lens which can change the dioptric power or focus for the human eye automatically.
OPTICS AND DATA DISPLAY WITHIN CONTACT LENSESMethods and designs for displaying data and images to the human eye, originating and projected from within the electronic contact lens alone.