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10/17/2019 12:36:51 PM
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This board is a discussion board about companies that are working to put BioMem technology into the human body within the next few years. Currently, the main focus is on SMART CONTACT LENSES.
We will ONLY be discussing companies develping technologies that go 'In' the body, 'With' smart technology. Hence, 'InWith'. If there is a company that is currently not under discussion, or listed in this intro, let us know and we will get it going.
This board is NOT here to discuss the validity of any of the companies listed. Discussion about whether or not its a scam or shady, or any other topic not related to just it's technology and what the company wants to do with it, is not allowed. If anybody wants to discuss the validity of the company itself, it's fundamentals, it's PPS, or it's management, then go and visit that page's investor hub stock board. Otherwise, this will not be the board for you.
If any additional data is available from other board sites, IR sites, etc, feel free to mention them or supply links to them as long as the post isn't promoting the other site and as long as they fit the rules stated above, they will be allowed.
Companies currently up for discussion are:
JOHNSON & JOHNSON
COMPANIES LATE TO THE GAME BUT WORTH FOLLOWING
ULSAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY -
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, simply referred to as UNIST, is one of the four public universities in South Korea which are dedicated to research in science and technology
They are coming up with a lens that
introduces a new biosensing contact lens capable of detecting glucose levels in patients with diabetes. They are a long ways out and will have to figure out how to do it on silicon hydrogel lenses. Its a long shot for them, but worth following.
These guys look pretty cool.
Back in 2015 they
announced the successful completion of a prototype version of their electronic contact lens platform device to demonstrate the ability to electronically change diopters in real time to prospective licensing partners. The Electronic Contact Lenses will offer features including onboard power/control, remote setting and activation, dimensions that fit within current contact lens size requirements, and up to four diopters of control, or more, that can be switched in 50 milliseconds.
(Private company. No image available.)
They have some patent applications for smart lens technology. They have to work through the USPTO denials, as does every company. Will their tech be able to stand up? Tie will tell Worth following.
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Join the group for private shareholders. All good
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Are they still in business? Do they still
10/07/19 03:58:43 PM
Has nothing to do with Smart Contact lenses.
09/18/19 12:36:39 AM
I don't get it. That's like saying
09/17/19 11:02:19 PM
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sounds to me like this pretty much dooms
09/17/19 02:46:39 PM
Core IP now protected. Elastic Circuit and Pre
08/16/19 01:57:38 PM
Do better DD. It’s been granted.
08/09/19 07:16:05 PM
H8ster, it is still a pending application and
08/07/19 12:20:01 AM
InWith Corp just got it's 5th patent approved today.
08/07/19 12:16:03 AM
Cool. Piezoelectric powered lenses.
08/01/19 02:41:23 PM
Cool! Now they just have to figure
08/01/19 02:40:08 PM
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Remember, keep all topics related to official company
06/13/19 01:41:23 PM
Year or two.
06/13/19 01:38:42 PM
Any news here judy?
06/10/19 04:47:18 PM
Thank you, Judypudy!!
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Does anyone on the board have a viable
06/07/19 12:26:42 PM
When will InWith be listed? Still patiently waiting...
06/04/19 02:39:57 PM
well, they have a picture!
05/23/19 08:43:21 AM
Does InWith have a prototype lens yet?
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Bunnyman claimed as his own?
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This Lens below sure looks awful familiar.
05/09/19 02:04:00 PM
surprising that nobody cares that they lost their
04/29/19 10:50:36 AM
kura, surprising that nobody cares that they lost
04/28/19 07:21:54 PM
This board is dead. Wow.
04/28/19 01:24:19 PM
I can copy/paste whatever I want, too. Lol
02/21/19 07:24:18 PM
My account says this;
02/21/19 07:22:29 PM
Judy, want to create another board for shareholders?
02/21/19 05:46:54 PM
Shout out to all the InWith VIP's! Woohooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
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A real EPGL shareholder would know what happened
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But you were
an EPGL shareholder.
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Quindien, how as a former EPGL shareholder have
02/21/19 05:24:38 PM
He decided to turn the board to crapola.
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