ULTIMATE XR PLATFORM
Imagine a patented technology that enables computer circuitry to be embedded into name-brand soft contact lenses like those already worn by millions of people. This makes our platform the ultimate discrete wearable XR technology.
PROVEN IN TOP CONTACT LENS BRANDS
This name brand contact lens by Bausch & Lomb has InWith’s XR Platform inside. This will enable millions of people to experience new vision technologies in a familiar contact lens.
A MULTIVERSE PLATFORM
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President | David T Markus, PhD
David T. Markus holds a Ph.D. In Biomedical Engineering and a MS Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in MEMS Microelectronics and Biomedical. Dr. Markus spent 11 years with Raytheon and holds several US patents and has several other US and International Patents Pending. He had been involved in research for several of the world’s leading technological institutions, including the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, Virginia, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA and he has been published 15 times for various technical conferences. He was a principal investigator on SBIR DARPA Phase I and Phase II, and “Ultraflexible Substrate” for Macroelectronics Program by Robert Reiss at DARPA. He has been involved in the engineering and the development on seven surgical devices, including devices for Cataract surgery, Intra-Ocular Lens Delivery, Micro Endoscope and Neural Electrodes. Additionally he was instrumental on developing three medical laboratory devices, including for In-Vitro Fertilization. PCR instrumentation and drug delivery. Finally, Dr. Markus is fluent in English, Chinese-Mandarin, Taiwanese-FuJian and Indonesian languages.
CEO & Co-Inventor of Technologies | Michael Hayes
Michael Hayes is a twenty one-year veteran executive and entrepreneur in the field of Technologies and Health Sciences. Mr. Hayes holds inventorship on several granted US technology patents including the Peizoelectric Energy Harvesting Conact Lens, Piezoelectric Sensor for for Vision Correction, Medical Devices with Predefined Spaces, Elastic Circuit, System for Contact Lens Wireless Communications, and pending US patents for Adaptive Focus, Method for Imaging Lens and Methods for Artificial Image Spacing.
In addition to his passion for creating exiciting new technologies, Mr. Hayes is a licensed pilot, tennis player, and motorsports enthusiast.
Vice President | Dr. Scott Petersen
A native of Utah, Dr. Peterson did his undergraduate work at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah and he received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern California College of Optometry in 1983. Upon graduations established his optometric practice in Ogden where he has met the vision needs of patients for the past 33 years. He is a member of both the American and Utah Optometric Associations and is highly experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of various eye diseases and specializes in fitting contact lenses of all kinds. Dr. Peterson is currently serving as a member of the Utah Optometry Licensing Board. He has the special interest in correcting children’s vision problems.
Scientific Advisory Chariman | Dr. Dennis Polla
Dr. Polla received B.S. degrees in electrical engineering and physics, the M.S.
degree in electrical engineering, and the electrical engineering E.E. degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge. He received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering and the MBA degree from the University of California, Berkeley.
He has held the Earl E. Bakken Professorship in Biomedical Engineering (sponsored by Medtronic) and the W.R. Sweatt Chair in the Management of Technology (sponsored by Honeywell) at the University of Minnesota where he has been a faculty member since 1987. Dr. Polla has held a variety of academic positions including full tenured professorships in the Departments of Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, and Management of Technology. He has also held a variety of administrative positions including Director of the Microtechnology Laboratory, Director of the Biomedical Engineering Institute, founding Head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Director of Graduate Studies in Technology.
From 2004-2014, Professor Polla took a leave of absence from the university and served as a Program Manager (2004-2011) at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in the Microsystems Technology Office responsible for MEMS and nanotechnology. He then joined the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) from 2011-2014 as the Director and Deputy Director of the Safe and Secure Operations Office with responsibilities in electronics, biotechnologies, cybersecurity, and quantum sciences. Professor Polla has received and was awarded the Presidential Young Investigator Award from President Reagan in 1988, the DARPA Outstanding Program Manager of the Year Award in 2007, the U.S. Office of Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Public Service in 2010, the DARPA Outstanding Technical Accomplishment Award in 2011, and the Office of Director of National Intelligence Exceptional Achievement. Professor Dennis L. Polla currently serves as the Program Director (Special Projects) for the Singapore Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) establishing new research directions and strategy.
XR Medical Advisor | Rafael Grossmann, MD FACS
Surgeon, Educator, Speaker, Patient Advocate, Healthcare Futurist, and Immigrant- originally from Caracas, Venezuela. The world’s first surgeon to use Google Glass during live surgery.