Athlee is an underwater camera system for training competition level swimmers. The system broadcasts a live feed to a monitor providing instant video feedback to the trainer and the swimmer. The system can also be used for additional video feed for the audience in swim stadiums.

The founders of Athlee are Thomas Terney and Anders Sandfuss who won the Danish Tech Challenge 2020 with Athlee.

Formika has an ongoing collaboration with Athlee helping with design, prototyping, mechanical engineering, sourcing, and production optimization.

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Bang & Olufsen Store Concept

A modular store concept for Bang & Olufsen designed by Johannes Torpe Studio. The store concept is designed to fit into an arbitrary store space and will be installed in hundreds of Bang & Olufsen stores worldwide. The interior incorporates clever and surprising moving mechanics, e.g. a wall with revolving panels which reveal your favorite speakers and giant turntables with seating and TVs which moves you toward your desired flat screen. All at the push of a button.
The first one of its kind can be seen at Østergade 14, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Formika helped with detail design, mechanics, engineering and sourcing.
Photo credits: Johannes Torpe Studio

Camera Gear

Formika developed this featherweight shoulder rig system – Modulus – with Aeoncine to be completely tool-less and modular. The minimalistic and sleek design contains very few parts compared to other shoulder rigs, but with more functionality. Simplicity makes for a sturdier product which is intuitively operated as the product is self-explanatory. Weight is highly reduced without compromising strength by using aircraft-grade aluminum and a highly engineered slim design based on FEM analysis and real life destructive testing. The rig is sturdy and rigid even with a large and heavy camera like the Arri Alexa and it will fold up in a very tight space for transportation. Main features of the Modulus are:

• Ultra lightweight.
• Modular construction throughout the design with a new clamp system allowing for instant, one-handed detachment or reconfiguration.
• Ground breaking patent pending ball joint design allows for effortless repositioning of handles with a clamp lock.
• Ergonomic handles with symmetry in two directions allowing for grabbing from both sides.

Bridge Company

Formika helped Bridge Company expand their product line with the Select model and mechanical optimization of the Premium model. Below is a few renderings of the products and some drawings from the design process.

The Bridge+More solution includes an automated card dealer and reader for bridge games. The dealer keeps track of players, tables, and scores in the cloud. Bridge games consist of a number of tables each with four players who play a number of boards. Bridge+More makes it easy for all boards to play same hands in real time. Results are presented and streamed for each board and also for the game in real time. Simple, easy, and more fun.

Bed Bike

Formika helped Lemco engineer, design and produce this bike for hospital beds helping people in dialysis or recovering from surgery in hospitals maintain strength and blood circulation. The bike is super compact and clamps directly onto the bed’s frame with its versatile rubber mount which doubles as a carrying handle. The Bed Bike uses a flywheel for smoothing out momentum and an adjustible magnetic brake system to create resistance while being completely silent. The product is designed, engineered and built from scratch in Denmark with precision mechanics for a smooth, noiseless ride.

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Airofit is a respiratory training system that consists of a breathing trainer and a mobile application. The system provides you with tested training programs that are proven to improve your physical performance by up to 15% within just 8 weeks, training only 5-10 minutes twice a day. Clinical studies show 30% respiratory muscle growth after completion of a training regime with Airofit.

Formika is in charge of design, engineering, mechanical solutions, renderings and animations, prototyping, testing, sourcing, project management, regularory compliance, and production management.

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Manoped Bike

Formika helped Lemco engineer, design and produce this rehab bike for helping people with disabilities regain strength and blood circulation in arms and legs. The bike – also known as a manoped – uses a flywheel for smoothing out momentum and an adjustible magnetic brake system to create resistance without making any noise. The product is designed, engineered and built from scratch in Denmark with precision mechanics for a smooth, noiseless ride. Below is a few renderings showing both the final product and early design drafts.

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Dripview by Aqubiq helps homeowners and companies save water and prevent water damages. The smart water sensor clips easily onto the water meter and gives a full overview of your water consumption through an app. Dripview also gives an instant warning in case of leakages.
Formika helped Aqubiq making the product design, component integration, mechanic design, and prototyping for Dripview. We aimed for a minimalistic and super compact design with a sturdy feel and a secure and audible click when mounting Dripview.

Construction Toy

Modular Construction
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Formika helped with design and mechanical development of two Corpatch® products, a trainer and a single use sensor unit providing live feedback when performing CPR during cardiac arrest. A main challenge was to integrate delicate electronics with various sensors into a very compact design which can withstand the high forces applied during CPR. After thorough prototyping and testing a solution was reached for both the single use product, and the trainer which needs to cope with a very high cycle count.

What does Corpatch® do?
CorPatch® prepares and empowers people to act during a cardiac arrest. What to do when a loved one is not breathing and lies unconscious on the ground? This is an extremely stressful situation, where chances of survival decrease for every minute the brain lacks blood and oxygen. CorPatch® aims to reduce insecurities and guide people to perform quality CPR from the first crucial minutes. CorPatch® and the free app guides to check for life signs, call 1-1-2, and perform CPR using a unique feedback system.
The single use sensor measures only 32x32mm and is carried as a key hanger, immediately ready to use when needed.

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