In this technological era, Bloomer Tech is actively working for progress in the development of textile to optimize health.
We are inspired by Amelia Bloomer's legacy.
She is a women's rights advocate from the 1800's who revolutionized women's health and fashion by replacing damaging corsets with bloomers.
As Amelia Bloomer said “clothing not only changes lives - it also changes history (herstory!).”
People often do not know what is happening in their bodies until it is too late. Majority of fatalities occur because information is not present in a timely manner. Doctors need key information about their patients and at times find it very difficult to know what is happening in a person’s body during their daily life.
It is therefore imperative to have a tool that informs people in real time about their heart in relation to their daily activities over a consistent period of time. People can get information they need by just continuing daily natural behaviors and activities.
Andrea Martinez - Animation and digital design. ITESM, México.
Andrea Schneider - Market Research. MIT
Andree Euribe - Coding. PUCP Perú.
Anna Phan - Pricing Strategy. MIT IDM.
Antonio Salvatierra - HW & Software Engineer.
Irene Sha Na - Financial. MIT Sloan.
Joy Buolamwini - App Developer. MIT Media Lab.
Kfir Yeshayahu - Machine Learning. MIT LGO.
Mickella Simone Miller - Video Editor
Natalia Glazkova - User Research. MIT Research.
Ozge Ozbek - Pricing Strategy. MIT Sloan.
Sai Sri Sathya- Software Developer.
Swati Rao - Pricing Strategy. MIT Sloan.
Having the right information helps improve people's lifestyle choices and habits, enabling them to modify appropriately and truly understand their heart. This added knowledge monitors and tracks heart health and informs the healthcare professional about their patients in order for them to treat people in an effective and personal-centric manner.
We aim to transform how people understand their bodies via sensor technology. This will move treatments, medication, fitness and wellbeing from the current generalist treatment process to one that is user specific and individually focused.