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Lantern designers, developers, and innovators draw from vast backgrounds in machine learning and product development to solve real world problems.


Kickback Detector

Patent pending, available for license

Kickback happens when a cutting tool gets pinched in the workpiece. It's common in table saws, circular saws, chainsaws, grinders, and even hand drills.  Watch Destin's Smarter Every Day video for a detailed description.


Lantern is looking to collaborate with major tool manufacturers to make sure preventable injuries become a thing of the past! 


Watch the full video at Smarter Every Day on YouTube:

Please contact us for more information! 


Contact us to learn more about the Kickback Detector, licensing information or to collaborate with our team.

Computer Vision

Tailored AI and Machine Learning Solutions 

Lantern has expertise in training Deep Neural Networks for many different applications. We have developed systems for automated video surveillance, highway / work zone safety, as well as occupational therapy.

The image on the right shows a custom ranging sensor capable of detecting targets beyond 300 meters while classifying which lane the target is approaching in. 

How can Lantern help your team?

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Call us today to learn more about custom Computer Vision solutions.


Diabetic Retinopathy Detector

Collaboration on Grant Proposal

Many of us have family members with diabetes or at least know someone who is affected by the disease. Every six months, those with diabetes are strongly encouraged to get a retinal scan to look for markers of diabetic retinopathy; a condition which, without warning, can cause sudden vision loss. The only cure is early detection.


Retinal scans require access to an ophthalmologist, time out of your day to get the scan done, and then a long wait for the physician to analyze the photos. This can take weeks or even months.  


In April of 2018, we submitted a grant proposal to the Helmsley Charitable Trust to fund the development of a device, including an optical attachment for cell phones and a pre-trained neural network, that would allow one to capture an image of their retina at their home and provide early detection of DR symptoms. 


Check back soon for details on our upcoming medical projects!


Contact us to learn more about Lantern’s capabilities in the medical field.

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