Alvio Receives Pilot Health Tech NYC Grant

We are overjoyed to announce that Alvio has received a prestigious grant from Pilot Health Tech NYC, an innovative program developed by the New York City Economic Development Corporation that aims to partner young healthcare technology corporations with NYC healthcare service organizations to provide an opportunity for pilot testing new technologies that will in some […]


Alvio Picks Up Two Cannes Lions Awards

In mid-June, Alvio, nominated by R/GA of New York, distinguished itself amongst the entrants in the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity and received both a Gold and a Bronze Cannes Lions awards—an honor shared with only two other US companies, Google and Nike. The Cannes Lions Festival, in France, is a weeklong, global event […]

Corey Wilson-Wirth presenting Alvio at SxSW 2014

Alvio at SxSW

Here’s our very own Corey, presenting at South by Southwest on March 8th, along with the other companies at the R/GA Techstars Connected Devices Accelerator.


Say Hello to our Little Friend

Thanks to the talent and dedication of the R/GA team (especially Angela Wen and Lauren Von Dehsen) we’ve got a new mascot and new game designs. All the games are now based on this cute little pufferfish. We’re taking suggestions for naming it, so please send your ideas!


New Form

Still work in progress, but slowly getting closer to target. This design makes the bottom dial a bit more streamlined. There is now a cap as well (not shown here).


Working on form factor concepts

These past few days have been quite hectic on many different fronts (electronics, business strategy and bowling), but we did manage to make progress on product design as well. We had to scavange for a license to 3D design software, which ended up being Autodesk Inventor (in lieu of SolidWorks). Even though none of us […]


Bowling in Brooklyn

The folks at the R/GA Techstars Accelerator were kind enough to invite us and the other nine companies in the program to a fun evening of bowling and dining in Williamsburg. Our team scored very high initially, but to our surprise our performance declined in direct ratio to alcohol consumed.