A world first in eye health was unleashed last year by our very own Dr. Hong at TEDx Auckland: an open source 3D printed medical device, the OphthalmicDocs Fundus Adaptor. The free online release of the attachment was first of its kind, allowing clinicians around the world to access eye equipment that would help end[…]
Greetings community! We thought you might like an update on what the oDocs Eye Care team has been up to over the past few months. Late last year, we narrowly missed getting a grant from Google.org, we explored what it means to[…]
Talent Unleashed 2016 Global Winner oDocs is awarded the 2016 Talent Unleashed Best Startup in Social Impact. It means a lot to us to be recognized not only by our peers in the startup community but also the Talent Unleashed judges; including Sir Richard Branson and Steve ‘The Woz’ Wozniak, cofounder of Apple Computer. We received some great feedback from[…]
Ultimaker is featuring Dr. Hong’s story Less than a month ago, Ultimaker, a industrial leading 3D printer manufacturer, flew all the way from The Netherlands to New Zealand to Interview Dr. Hong Sheng Chiong, the co-founder of oDocs. Dr. Hong’s story of making the world’s first set of open-source ophthalmic equipment has inspired many around[…]
We are pleased to announce that we have opened our very first shop at Shapeways. Shapeways is a global rapid prototyping company based in the United States. You can now order your 3D printed parts directly from the professional. Visit Shapeways now
oDocs was nominated for 4 categories of awards at the New Zealand’s Innovator Award. We are pleased to announce that oDocs has won the People’s Choice Award and was highly commended for Health & Science Innovation. The story of OphthalmicDocs is covered by idealog magazine oDocs Story.