The 3rd Hong Kong Innovation Day

The 3rd Hong Kong Innovation Day was held on 22 November 2017 (Wednesday) and the award winners and their projects

Winner High-Fidelity and Real-time 3D/4D Ultrasound Visualization System via Advanced Image Denoising and Volume Rendering
Project Leader: Dr Harry QIN, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
First Runner-up Use of Silicone Cannulation Model to Enhance Patient Safety in Extracorporeal Life Support Service
Project Leader: Mr LAI Chi Keung Peter, Queen Mary Hospital, Hospital Authority
Second Runner-up Preventing False Marker Incidence in General Radiography by Computer Vision Technology
Project Leader: Mr TSE Hon Fung, Pok Oi Hospital, Hospital Authority
Audience Favorite Award A Splicer with Controllable Multi-Function Drainage Tube
Project Leader: Ms LIANG Jingwen, Vicky, Guangzhou Women and Children’s Medical Center, China
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The 2nd Hong Kong Innovation Day

The 2nd Hong Kong Innovation Day was held on 25 November 2015 (Wednesday) and the award winners and their projects:

Winner "Scolioscan: Radiation-free Assessment of Scoliosis using 3D Ultrasound Imaging"
By Prof. Yong Ping ZHENG, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
First Runner-up "Mobile Retinal Imaging for Smart Diabetic Care"
By Prof. Jane YOU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Second Runner-up "Protective pants imbedded with Impact Protectors Based on 3D Spacer Fabrics"
By Ms Yan CHAN, The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel
Audience Favorite Award "Scolioscan: Radiation-free Assessment of Scoliosis using 3D Ultrasound Imaging"
By Prof. Yong Ping ZHENG, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

The 1st Hong Kong Innovation Day

The 1st Hong Kong Innovation Day was held on 11 December 2013; over 70 participants joined the event.

The award winners and their projects:

Winner "A Novel Drug-loaded Biodegradable Weft-knitted Stent for the Treatment of Colorectal Cancers"
By Professor LI Yi, Institute of Textiles & Clothing, PolyU
First Runner-up "An Innovative Rehabilitation Simulation System for Learning Activities of Daily Living"
By Dr CHOI Kup-sze, School of Nursing, PolyU
Second Runner-up "Create An Infusion Trolley for Enhancing the Effectiveness, Efficiency and Safety in Post Open Heart Surgery Patient Transportation"
By Miss WONG Lee Yuen, Cardiothoracic Surgery Department, Queen Mary Hospital
Audience Favorite Award "Instant Vision Assessment Device: A Stenopaic Slit Refraction System with a Binocular Telescopic Optometer"
By Professor George Woo, School of Optometry, PolyU

The World Innovation Day 2014 (Geneva)

Below are winners of the 2014 Innovation Academy in Geneva and their award-winning projects, which may give you some ideas about the kind of innovations that we are looking for:

Winner SnapDx (incorporating clinical guidelines and visualizations to enable quick, effective decision making at point of care)
First Runner-up ACEHearing (a hearing enhancement technology)
Second Runner-up MEDi™ (a humanoid robot teaching young children how to manage their health)

Below are videos of selected teams from Hong Kong joining the World Innovation Day 2014.

Dr Thomas Choi, Hong Kong

Prof. George Woo, Hong Kong