We Made It, Sorta. – Sarahi V.

Not too long until we finally get to the end of this journey, it feels like yesterday we really had no idea how we were going to actually come up with a joint protection device. To say we’ve come a long way would be understatement. We have started our final product which has two layers... Continue Reading →

RunnerPro Progress- Haley L.

The RunnerPro team has been hard at work the last couple of weeks creating our prototype. We are currently working on our 3rd prototype and it has definitely been a challenge for the entire team. It wasn't until we started working on this prototype that we realized that we all had different ideas for what... Continue Reading →

Halfway to the Finish Line – RunnerPro

For the past couple of weeks the RunnerPro team has been gathering customer interviews, data and constructing our very first prototype. We interviewed a wide range of people, including students and coaches from Ann Richards and medical professionals. From our customer interviews we gained a lot of information about the needs of our customers and... Continue Reading →

Joint Overload!- Haley L.

Last week was a crazy week full of knee joint making and research. Looking back at last week I have to say that it was a little chaotic, but everything turned out alright. The big thing last week was creating a joint model of the knee. My group and I (RunnerPro) were given the challenge... Continue Reading →

Running Smoothly-Anabel P.

As of now, my team and I have completed the joint model project, the reference product assignment, a discussion post on customer needs, and a design matrix. We are moving on to our preliminary proposal. All assignments have been completed more or less in a timely manner and are productive towards the goal of this... Continue Reading →

Revision & Prospect of Rejoin Inc. Shana F

With endlessly enthusiasm and indefatigable determination, ours the Rejoint Inc. Company has started from the bottom to contribute to the medical industry of protective device of knee joint. Within three weeks of productive team-work, we have stridden the first step of our long and challenging journey which is the finished knee joint model. Because our... Continue Reading →

Ally W.

ReJoint Inc. has had a lot of good progress. I am very satisfied with the team name, joint, and injury we have chosen to work on this semester. The team roles are very fitting, because we were able to properly assess what we need to do this semester to ensure success by looking back on... Continue Reading →

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