R&D for Social Good
Analog Labs is a computing R&D lab whose mission is to
1. Disseminate knowledge,
2. Apply this knowledge for social good,
3. Be sustainable
Roger lives in San Francisco and suffers from dementia. He can no longer operate “Smart Phones" and needs a simpler way to communicate with his children in Orange County.
Build a screen-less phone simple enough for Roger to use.
Learn how mobile phones work.
Program a GSM modem.
Teams of clinical specialists, therapists, and social workers round on hospitalized patients and collaboratively develop treatment plans.
Understand how healthcare professionals communicate in hospitals and clinics and recognize opportunities to improve.
Learn how to map indoor and outdoor areas.
Build a device that can facilitate how healthcare professionals communicate and care for patients.
Your workplace is 2 miles from the nearest BART Station, and parking spots are expensive and few in number.
Learn how to make your own mobile phone, camera, and location tracker.
Our DIY Kits come with everything you need to prototype internet-connected devices and are endlessly customizable.
These projects are a starting point for further innovation. We invite you to get involved by
Applying these projects to benefit your community,
Improving on them by writing source code, drafting 3D print models, and designing illustrations.