AQUALENS

Features

Improve competitive swim team performance and athletic achievement with technology

Wireless

Direct audio communication from the coach to the swimmer, makes it easy for the coach to tell the swimmer things and they can adjust and improve their performance dramatically.

Tablet

Easy-to-use poolside interface that lets the coach instantly view individual and team performance over time.

Waterproof

Aqualens is IP68 water resistant and has 4-6 hours of battery life. Lap times and stroke rates are accurate to tenths of a second.

The Aqualens Team

Annie Chen

Annie C. is a senior studying Mechanical Engineering at MIT. She works on the Mechanical team at Aqualens and is interested in glassblowing and art and design. She is also involved with undergraduate teaching, mentoring in the MIT Glass Lab, and researching for the MIT Cheetah.

Annie Dai

Annie D. is a senior Mechanical Engineer at MIT working on electromechanical integration at Aqualens. She is interested in electronics design, mechanical prototyping, and living in various machine shops!

Aaron Lytle

Aaron is a Senior in Mechanical Engineering at MIT and working on the Mechanical team for Aqualens. They is interested in design, music, and chocolate.

Andreea Martin

Andreea is a Senior in Electrical Engineering at MIT and working on the Electrical and Firmware team at Aqualens! She's interested in health and fitness, wearables, and power design -- all-nighters ahead!

Aaron Wubshet

Aaron is junior in Electrical engineering at MIT and working on the EEFW team at Aqualens. He is interested in electromechanical design, basketball, and poetry.

Karen Fan

Karen is a Senior Course 6 at MIT and working on the CS team at Aqualens. She enjoys algorithm design and sleeping -- perfect for our team!

Kevin Palisoc

Kevin is a Senior in Mechanical Engineering at MIT. He has a passion in product design, start-up environments, and leadership, as well as a background in waterproofing design and electro-mechanical integration. He also just recently learned how to swim, so he's excited to start testing the product!

Mingshi Yang

Mingshi is a Senior in Computer Science and Engineering at MIT and working on the Software team at Aqualens. She is interested in design, fitness, and creating new things -- a perfect fit for the Aqualens team!

Ryan Gulland

Ryan is a Senior Mechanical Engineer at MIT working on electromechanical integration at Aqualens. He is interested in electronics design, mechanical prototyping, and living in various machine shops!

Stephen Gaffley

Stephen is junior in Electrical engineering at MIT and working on the EEFW team at Aqualens. He is interested in electromechanical design, basketball, and poetry.

Tristan Honscheid

Tristan is a senior in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT working on the EE hardware and firmware team at Aqualens. He is interested in embedded systems and prototyping.

Travis Libsack

Travis is a Senior in Mechanical Engineering at MIT and working on the Mechanical team at Aqualens. He is interested in design, fitness, and creating new things -- a perfect fit for the Aqualens team!

Talk to us!

If you are a swimmer or swim coach or just plain excited, we want to hear from you!