THERMOREGULATING WEARABLES FOR
People living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can have difficulty adapting to temperature changes, making day to day activities more difficult.
Sola is a thermoregulating wearable device that aims to automatically regulate the body temperature to give independence and comfort back to people living with MS.
This technology can be expanded to people experiencing menopause, hypothyroidism, and Parkinson's making the total addressable market size 66 million people in the United States.
Product needs to:
Be small and attach to clothes already owned
Be discrete and unnoticed by others
Last for a work day
Regulate temperature proactively
"My MS prevents me from being able to hang out with my friends outdoors"
"I can't wear a lot of clothes which normally I could, because of my hypersensitivity to temperature"
"I wish I had a portable AC that I could carry with me everywhere"
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