Archive for the ‘Engineering’ Category

Illumina Sequencer Helping to Battle Ebola

October 28th, 2014

As researchers and health care workers worldwide aggressively engage with the worst outbreak of Ebola in history, long-time LUNAR client Illumina is helping to understand and battle the virus. (more…)

Feeling the Sound of Alpine

October 14th, 2014

LUNAR today is celebrating its collaboration with Alpine Electronics of Silicon Valley as the company leapfrogs the ordinary in personal listening with the launch of Alpine Headphones. (more…)

Blending comfort, control and design in your home

September 16th, 2014

Today’s launch of the ecobee3 is the latest in our successful run of collaborative projects with a variety of companies over the past 30 years. (more…)

New year brings two wins

January 2nd, 2014

We can’t think of a better way to start off the new year than by picking up two Good Design award wins for Ventus Theravent and Myoscience iovera˚. (more…)

LUNAR creativity SPARKS three awards

November 18th, 2013

We’re thrilled to announce LUNAR has picked up three 2013 SPARK awards for iovera°, Mobilegear and Piamo!

  • The pen-like iovera° from myoscience uses a patented Focused Cold Therapy to effectively treat pain with a minimally invasive procedure. Our work for iovera° earned a Product Pro award.
  • Mobilegear is an e-commerce website we designed that provides customers with the best mobile solutions for an increasingly mobile workforce and lifestyle. Mobilegear picked up a Silver Communication award.
  • Piamo creates a fresh cup of delicious espresso in 30 seconds in your microwave. Our work for Piamo received a Gold Concept Pro award.

The SPARK Awards are a global competition with entries from more than 27 countries. The awards seek out the best designs from all levels of society, from amateurs to the most experienced and are awarded by a community of designers and creative people bound together by the idea that design can make significant, positive changes in the world and help make it better.

See the full list of winning entries here and read the full press release here.

Two Stanford Biodesign teams receive the 2013 Robert Howard Next Step Award

June 12th, 2013

On June 11, Stanford Biodesign graduated another cohort of fellows from this innovative 13-year old program. (more…)

Announcing the 2013 Robert Howard Next Step Award

May 6th, 2013

Today, we’re launching the second annual Robert Howard Next Step Award in celebration of the passion and dedication of our dear colleague. (more…)

Robert Howard Next Step awardees share progress on medical projects

February 6th, 2013

Two teams that received the first Robert Howard Next Step Award have made great progress on projects that address important health-care issues. (more…)

New year rings in with awards for LUNAR

January 6th, 2013

LUNAR is kicking off 2013 with prestigious awards for our work on behalf of HP, SWITCH and BodyMedia. (more…)

LUNAR contributes to low-cost, portable solar energy device

December 31st, 2012

One Earth Designs is now taking pre-orders for the SolSource, a low-cost, portable solar energy device (more…)

LUNAR presents IGNITE prototypes in “Start-Ups: Silicon Valley”

November 21st, 2012

If you caught Bravo’s new hit show “Start-Ups: Silicon Valley” last Monday, you saw an important part of the design process we lead for our clients. (more…)

LUNAR leads CCA engineering workshop

November 21st, 2012

LUNAR helped forge bonds between tomorrow’s designers and engineers (more…)

LUNAR wins 2012 SPARK design award

November 14th, 2012

LUNAR has won a 2012 Silver SPARK award for its design of the Theravent Advanced Nightly Snore Therapy, an over-the-counter snoring treatment. (more…)

SWITCH is FastCo Design finalist

September 25th, 2012

Hats off to LUNAR client SWITCH Lighting, a finalist in Fast Company’s 2012 Innovation By Design Awards. (more…)

LUNAR helps develop next-gen robotic hand for Sandia National Labs

August 21st, 2012

LUNAR client Sandia National Laboratories has announced a next generation robotic hand — dubbed the Sandia Hand (more…)