When I clip you clip we clip. The “Tolea” is an insulin pump for those folks with Type-1 diabetes. “Utilizing a flexible elastomer embedded with artificial setae, the nano-scale growths found on gecko’s feet which allow them to stick to virtually any surface.” What does that mean? It’s a little sticky-bump that sits on your side that you insert disposable insulin cartridges into to deliver the insulin into your body constantly and without pain. Ease? With diabetes?
The small device attaches to your skin like a gecko, and with microneedle arrays that are “too small to interfere with the pain receptors underneath the skin” delivers insulin with simplicity.
With this set comes a wireless capacitive touch-screen controller that basically makes the whole process easier. This controller monitors the attached Tolea bit and provides constant updates on its workings.
Designer: Joe Brussel