2014 Retail & Health Innovation Challenge – Wake Forest University

MYO'bility - 2014 Retail & Health Innovation Challenge - Wake Forest University

2014 Retail & Health Innovation Challenge – Wake Forest University

MYO’bility

MYO’bility is a rehabilitation kinetic brace that aids the user in the extension and flexion of their leg.

Sean Smith

Sean-Michael Smith was born in Newtown, Connecticut and moved to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2005. He is a Senior, Industrial Design major at Appalachian State University. After winning a pitch contest, he is now working on developing a patent and getting a manufacture set up for a product that he designed in his junior studio. He most enjoys designing household products and to utilize his creative skills to turn innovative designs into functioning products.


Zach Starin

Zach Starin, upon graduation in May of 2015, will receive a BS in Industrial Design with a concentration in Product Design from Appalachian State University. Zach has interned as a Designer with several companies including Mimetrix Technologies,Tektonos Inc, and Image Engineering. Zach is a three year student member of IDSA and is currently studying graphic and web design in his spare time.


Team Fun Facts

Sean drives a Chrysler Prowler and Zach Drives a Civic.

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