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Optier participated in the MIK Hot Spot (Made in Korea Online Exhibition) KHIDI and introduced its customized mice made by 3D printer with high hopes of meeting buyers and investors.
Optier uses 3D printers and 3D scanners to create computer mice that fit the hands of handicapped persons. In Korea, 1.2 million people with physical disabilities (amputation, joint problem, dysfunction) and 250,000 people with brain lesions (spinal cord injuries, Lou Gehrig, etc.) have difficulties in using computers, leading to information isolation and social disconnection.
The existing computer-assisting technology devices for the disabled out in the market are too expensive, and the devices cannot be universal for these people with various disabilities and symptoms. To solve these problems, this company is providing customized computer equipment with 3D printers and 3D scanners to the disabled, hoping to be used widely.
By using 3D printer and 3D scanner, the devices can be better customized, solving most of the currently problems of computer-assisting devices. An assistive technology practitioner working in Seoul Metropolitan City said, “Even a disabled person who can only press one button is using the computer all day.” This statement proves how high the demand for computer-assisting device is, and how great this product can contribute to solving the discomfort of users with disabilities.
In long term, with the technological development and accumulation of know-how, the company is expected to develop ergonomic mouse for users with carpal tunnel syndrome and pain on the wrist that is growing every year, along with the proposal from Asan Medical Center medical device development center.
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