Posts categorized as“Industrial Design”

Astero StarFish

Where do you find inspiration for work?

Many have paused work for a COVID-19 required break. As an essential business, our work did not pause.  We asked our content team of engineers, regulatory, quality, design, and program management creative professionals where they find inspiration for their contributions to medical device development. This blog is about finding inspiration for your work as summer […]

Mike Loveless

Science Fiction Medical Devices

Real medical devices from the imagination of science fiction Many shows, movies, books and videogames feature science fiction medical devices and technologies that seem otherworldly and far beyond our capabilities. We often can’t believe a lot of them are real because their impact on the characters is so dramatic. However, the imagination and creativity of […]

Astero StarFish

Top 10 medical device commercialization lessons and tips

We asked our development and commercialization experts to share their top medical device commercialization lessons and tips based upon actual medical device development and commercialization experiences.  Their recommendations cover projects from working at StarFish as well as other medical device organizations.  Many include links to blogs with additional information. Here are 10 ideas to increase […]

Hannah Rusak-Gillrie

How to turn patient imaging data into functional 3D models

Patient imaging data is a powerful and robust source for developing anatomically accurate and functional 3D models. Having an accurate representation of anatomy available to engineers and designers during product brainstorming and design is an invaluable resource. This blog outlines the process of creating 3D models, and innovative methods to use them throughout medical device […]

Astero StarFish

Insights and observations that spark medtech innovation

Improve your medical device innovation process Everyone has a mental toolkit of innovation – a series of patterns that innovative people find. They take something and they break it into pieces or they take pieces and put them together or they put things upside down or they hollow them out or they turn them inside […]

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