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NUS Medical Grand Challenge Finale 2022 - Nascent category


Casa Medico

Casa Medico is a home therapeutics project that aims to provide an affordable and alternative treatment to patients with knee osteoarthritis. Our ExoMassager is a personalised physiotherapy aid designed as a stop-gap measure to prevent overreliance on analgesics and reduce the progression of osteoarthritis.



The emerging trend of smartphone usage and the pandemic is forcing people to spend more time at home in a non-ergonomic setting, causing poor neck posture and neck pain in Thailand and across the globe. ‘Tech neck’ is a well-known term used to describe the phenomenon, and is the focus of our solution: Atlas18. Atlas18 is designed to monitor the user’s neck and shoulders and notify them of poor posture. The current market for this technology exists, yet is not widely adopted. With wearable sensor technology and smartphone application integration, our innovative habit-forming concept provides a sustainable fix.


3D Printed Audible BraillePad

In order to solve the issues of dated manufacturing of Braille books and ineffective learning for the visually impaired, our solution is a 3D printed tablet-like Braille book device. By utilizing Fused Deposition Modeling, polylactic acid filament, a highly customizable, inexpensive and biodegradable thermoplastic is used to 3D print the “BraillePad” to facilitate personalized learning. The device is equipped with voice-guided learning which allows the visually impaired to conduct self-learning. Hence, by offering customization and education through touch and hearing in an affordable way while being highly accessible, this device will be a pioneer of a self-learning system for the visually impaired.



FisioGuide is an AI-powered tele physiotherapy-based treatment application for people with Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) as well the first tele physiotherapy application ever existed in Indonesia. FisioGuide helps democratize the best possible support during patients' rehabilitation process by making their personalized home-based exercises more accurate, well-structured, and well-documented. FisioGuide uses Computer Vision technology to detect patients' motion accuracy and provides guidance to ensure correct execution of the required exercises.



AdventureCare is a free-to-play mobile game where Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) patients can build and track their habits through gamification. They will get rewards, enter quests, attain new levels, and many more by doing their daily managements of T1DM. Data from their use can also be exported to be given to their physicians, thus helping the overburdened Indonesian healthcare system to check their data.


Visually Impaired Person Simulator

The project is a virtual reality game simulating the daily life of a visually impaired person.



Epione is a mobile application which tackles the psychosocial barriers associated with habitual drug consumption and aims to improve medical compliance through habit formation and building communities.



A clinical decision support tool for childhood developmental disorders, starting with Autism.



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