Alex Abraham



ClickE (above) is a medical solution, aimed at the issue of nasal feeding tube accidents in hospitals. The method for placing these tubes is challenging; often relying on lengthy, expensive procedures to ensure stomach, rather than lung placement- a potentially fatal mistake. The aim of this product is to accurately identify a tube’s location in the body. By using conductive fluids in the stomach, a simple LED circuit is completed, resulting in a binary signal of location for medical practitioners.


A manipulation of current paddle design, this product caters to flatwater kayak racers. Poor technique can cause paddlers to lift excessive amounts of water at the end of each stroke, using more energy while not transferring any more power. Ideal for endurance racing or as a training aid, these paddles provide a way to drain excess water quicker, resulting in more efficient power transfer.