- Soon will start our first trial conducted in a clinic. We will collect data from hundreds of participants
- Large scale testing with Universities and medical clinics
- Final prototype
- Mass production
- Launch to the market
GlucoScanner is a non-invasive sensor for indirect measurement of blood glucose levels. Optical technology and signal processing methods are being patented and are under development and constant improvement at the Dynamic Brain Labs in Tokyo, Japan. GlucoScanner's main focus is on blood glucose, however our plans are to cover a variety of other physiological markers in a continuous non-invasive way.
DYNAMIC BRAIN LAB TOKYO PROTOTYPES
Our products are aimed at fitness, body and mind healthcare. Dynamic Brain Labs has already performed two experiments with the general public, inviting over 50 subjects in the Tokyo area. The first experiment took place in June 2017 with our 3rd generation prototype. The 3rd generation is the last prototype assembled manually in our labs, each with custom 3d printed finger cuff.
Thanks to our innovative technologies and experience with modern data analysis methods, preliminary GlucoScanner evaluation of blood glucose levels already show accuracy better than any other non-invasive optical devices. Our prototypes were so far tested in the range of ~80mg up to 530mg/dL. This is the data we were able to collect from the 50 paid subjects from area of Tokyo in Japan, lab members, colleagues and our close friends. We need more.
EASY TO USE CONTINUOUS MONITORING
One of many GLUCOSCANNER secrets is its ability to be automatically adapt to each individual user. GLUCOSCANNER patented technology went beyond known limits of optical methods given by individual differences such as skin colors, tissue composition and blood density.
There are many claims about non-invasive devices, however, as small as you can make needles and micro needles they still do not count as non-invasive.
Blood glucose measurement
Monitoring Diabetes system
Real time connectivity
Heart rate and Oxygen
DIABETES IN US
Learn what Diabetes means to the States.
But that's not everything. The video shows the extent of this problem only in the United States.
The statistics tell us that there will be 800.000.000 diabetics in the whole world.
This is one of the reasons why we decided to start our research.