medical tricorder

By Brian Dolan April 7, 2014
Over the weekend Mountain View, California-based Scanadu, a well-financed startup building a suite of smartphone-connected medical diagnostic tools for home use, told its Indiegogo supporters that it would delay shipments of its premier Scout device by as long as two or three months. The company began shipping its first set of devices to its earliest backers last week but in the meantime...
By Jonah Comstock June 19, 2013
Scanadu CEO Walter De Brouwer (right) and Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy (center) Scanadu, the startup building a suite of smartphone-connected medical diagnostic tools for home use, is extending the Indiegogo campaign for its premier SCOUT device an additional month after hitting the $1 million mark. The extension, coupled with the fact that the company is only $300,000 away from the top funded...
By Jonah Comstock December 19, 2012
The Scanadu SCOUT, one well-known entrant in the Tricorder X PRIZE The Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize posted the final guidelines, detailing how devices will be judged for the $10 million prize when evaluation begins in 2014. (Update: The group has since removed the final guidelines from its website and expects to officially release them when registration for the prize opens on January 8th.)...
By Brian Dolan November 9, 2011
Scanadu, a San Francisco-based startup founded in January that aims to develop a handheld diagnostic device similar to the Star Trek Tricorder, has raised $2 million from a number of angel investors, including Playfish co-founder Sebastien De Halleux, according to TechCrunch. The company is in the process of hiring biomedical engineers, developers, and artificial intelligence specialists in...

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