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Brainamics develops a technology to extract emotions directly from the human brain by using EEG and Machine Learning. As a starting point, the technology is applied in the video games industry.
A team from batch #13
An intelligent robotic system that significantly improves scaffolding and its processes.
A team from batch #3
beworm uses enzymes from waxworms to develop a biotic/biocatalytic recycling processes, that decompose the world’s commonly used plastics, to save the planet.
A team from batch #10
Angsa develops an intelligent robot for autonomous trash removal that can even pick up small trash such as cigarette butts, crown caps or plastic shreds.
A team from batch #9
Angsa developes an intelligent robot for autonomous trash removal that can even pick up small trash such as cigarette butts, crown caps or plastic shreds.
The SOLOS Mirror is a composite digital device that can capture and track natural human body movements and provide meaningful and timely feedback on whether a movement is correct and how it could be improved.
A team from batch #4
Tinus has the mission to help people suffering from tinnitus and other sleep disorders to fall asleep more easily and to provide a more restful sleep with the Tinus One pillow.
A two week course hosted by TUM Lab for Product Development and Lightweight Design, designed to foster innovation.
Giving students the chance to work on real world problems, exploring the potential of new technologies or challenges by developing new solutions.
Our goal is to promote innovation and facilitate the creation of new spin-outs at TUM.