The idea has been defined in 2014 during the development of our first 3D medical brace, the Carpifix. We involved students from the TU Delft, Rotterdam and Arnhem in the R&D of the first dedicated 3D hand scanner; the Curatio.
The cooperation resulted in a better understanding of the technical aspect of the medical device. Several prototypes have been build through the years. Now, in 2019, the company introduces a model on the market.
The device (Curatio scanner) is combined with a secured and dedicated platform (Vectory3 account) that enables all relevant measurements, and easy brace-design in the company’s software (Metrix) in a safe digital environment.
Idea - Prototype - Product
Vectory3 has developed the Curatio, a unique device that enables an instant scan of the hand, resulting in a 3D representation of the hand. Vectory3 developed dedicated software (Metrix) that produces accurate measurements, a must-have in hand rehabilitation, and a user-friendly brace design. Vectory3 developed the device meeting market level and industrial production standards. The focus is quality and low-cost, resulting in a proposition that meets both the requirements of a medical tool and the budget of insurances and patients. Market introduction in the end of 2019.
Com between scanner and account
Software for measurements and easy brace design