Hapstick

More than a pair of sticks,
a connected recovery experience.

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Take control over your recovery

Thought to make the partial weight bearing process easier, faster and less stressful for the patient and the physiotherapist

Improve patient experience

Enhance the recovery process and give to the patient the opportunity to have control over the process

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Weight measurement

Calculates the weight you put on your injured leg to make sure you recover properly.

Live Feedback

An haptic feedback helps you estimate the weight you load warning you in case you load much or not enough.

User friendly

Transparent and simple activity analyse for yourself and to communicate with the physiotherapist.

Comfortable

Swiss designed handle following the hand shape to make the experience less painful.

Get track of your activity

Follow your activity, share it with physiotherapists and get personalized exercices.


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Team members


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  • Jonathan Regef

  • Electronic Engineering
    Firmware Engineering
    Software Engineering
  • EPFL
Raised in Delhi, India. Completed my Bachelors in Computer Science from the University of Manchester, UK. I am currently doing my Master in Data Science at EPFL.
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  • Harshdeep

  • Software Engineering
  • EPFL
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  • Martin Stricker

  • Industrial Design
  • ECAL
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  • Florian Josselin

  • Firmware Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering
    Software Engineering
  • EPFL
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  • Nan Chen

  • Business
  • UNIL
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  • Diane Thouvenin

  • User Experience
  • ECAL

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Our blog


Makers at MakerBay

July 24, 2019

On Saturday July 20th, about 6 of us students from Switzerland were standing in front of a big metallic door, on which a taped sheet of paper read "Welcome to… [...]

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How to survive in a foreign country seeing your team 24/7 ?

July 17, 2019

It has been more than a week since we arrived in China and I must say that we see the other team members everyday mostly all day long (often at… [...]

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Where are the crutches in China ?

July 17, 2019

Since we arrived in China, we observed that no one is using crutches in the street. Weird right ? Because in Switzerland we could see someone at least three times… [...]

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Shenzhen Awesomenesss!

July 13, 2019

We visited many places this week in Shenzhen but the one which caught our eye was the: Huaqiangbei Electronics Market. It is the largest electronics market in the world and… [...]

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What’s up next?

April 21, 2019

Hi everyone! We are done at MS4 and we are all excited to see what is next for us and we have planned several things for MS5. So, we have… [...]

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We finally achieve MileStone 3 !!

March 31, 2019

All Wudans happily reunited last Monday to discuss feedbacks from MS3 ! All together, we debated and agreed on important decisions. It was a very loud and intense meeting. It… [...]

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Prototyping for first patient tests

March 11, 2019

  Hello CHIC community! After conducting a lot of new interviews with doctors and physiotherapist we got great new insights. Those interviews confirmed that we were heading in the right… [...]

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Mission Prototyping – Accomplished!

February 7, 2019

Hello everyone! We had been unable to write a blog post last week - but there is a famous quote - " Be patient, Good things take time! " and… [...]

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Meetings, Milestone and Exams!

January 25, 2019

Hello to everyone! Apologies for publishing a late post but our engineers (Florian, Jonathan and Harshdeep) have been very busy putting together the design for the prototype and also with… [...]

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Work + Exam Life!

January 13, 2019

Hello to everyone!This week it was mostly about everyone preparing for their exams, but wait, we did find some time to do our meeting of the new year! Yay!In this… [...]

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To new beginnings in 2019!

January 6, 2019

Hola CHIC community, We hope you all had a great start to the year! For 2019, we have our first meeting coming up in a few days with all the… [...]

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Happy Holidays!

December 23, 2018

Hello to everyone in the CHIC community! After the pitch at MassChallenge, its been more about finishing up the assignments and the semester for all of us at Snooze! Last… [...]

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Our first pitching experience at MassChallenge

December 16, 2018

[embed]http://vimeo.com/306663844[/embed]Hey readers ! Everything is going very fast in here and so many stuffs has happened since last time we wrote. Our project is going through and we are very… [...]

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Time’s up for MS1!

December 2, 2018

Hello to everyone! The last few weeks have been tiring but fun to say the least! We explored various physical spaces such as nightclubs, hospitals, train stations, grocery stores etc. Also,… [...]

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Time is ticking…

November 25, 2018

Dear CHIC community, since the article of last week, a lot happened. We started by going back to town last Saturday to interview more people and we captured a broad… [...]

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SUCCESful pitch on the way

November 13, 2018

  Hello everyone, welcome on this week's blog post. Do you know what SUCCES stands for? We didn't either before having attended this monday's (November 12th) pitching workshop. As Benedict… [...]

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First meeting with mentors

November 8, 2018

Hello everyone, On Monday this week, after our brainstorming session reflecting on the information gathered by each member of the team, we held our first meeting with our two mentors:… [...]

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The first week after kickoff!

November 4, 2018

  Hi everyone! This Saturday (3rd November) we all gathered to attend the team working workshop which was really productive and was a fun way for all of us to… [...]

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Project kick-off

October 28, 2018

Hi CHIC community! Team Snooze is composed of 6 members from really different backgrounds : 3 engineers, 2 designers, and 1 business student. Jonathan Robotics student @EPFL interested in product development… [...]

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