The HoloAnatomy® Suite is the first product built on CWRU’s Mixed Reality Education Platform (MREP), and is the culmination of over seven years of artistic and programming development launched through a partnership with Microsoft. Case Western Reserve University was Microsoft’s inaugural Medical Education Lead collaborator, gaining access to the first generation of the HoloLens prior to public launch. Developed to be the primary Anatomy course used in CWRU’s School of Medicine, it is now used at several premier schools of medicine across the United States, UK, and European Union. HoloAnatomy has an executive sales team in place with $600k in signed contracts to date, currently growing at 80% annually. HoloAnatomy is seeking a CEO responsible for building out a NewCo team to commercialize the Mixed Reality Education Platform (inclusive of the HoloAnatomy Software Suite), lead fundraising as needed, furthering the development of the product, and commercializing the technology.
SmartScan2 is revolutionizing secure identification applications with unclonable polymer film-based, scalable technology. Most, if not all security devices in use today can be corrupted, counterfeited, or easily interpreted. Examples of these devices include personal identification cards, passports, pharmaceutical product tracking, currency, and product identification tags. One good example of this corruption involves credit cards. The fifty year old “magnetic strip” technology on a credit card has been corrupted by the use of illegal credit card “skimmers” attached to the credit card readers, and reported in the local news as prevalent on gas pumps and ATMs. The newer “chip” technology on credit cards can also be corrupted by the use of credit card skimmers which are becoming more prevalent in similar locations. SmartScan2's ID security is “unclonable” since it is vastly more difficult to corrupt, counterfeit or interpret the relevant information.