NYC Media Lab
NYC Media Lab, a consortium of universities and media and technology companies, hosted a demo day featuring presentations from the second annual cohort of ten teams participating in NYC Media Lab Combine, an accelerator program to commercialize emerging media technologies from faculty and students at the city’s universities. The program is supported with generous funding from the New York City Economic Development Corporation, the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, and through the support of NYC Media Lab’s corporate membership.
The Remo Haptics Team from Pratt Institute and NYU Tandon School of Engineering lead byEvan Huggins and Rebeccah Pailes-Friedman pitched their new wearable technology for competitive cyclist. Remo Haptic Training is a smart knee sleeve for sports training that helps adjust movement patterns for optimal performance using biosensing and haptic feedback. More information is at http://www.remohaptics.com.