As part of the ETH Entrepreneur Club’s InCube2018 hackathon, students around the world were challenged to imagine the “ambulance of the future” — all while living in a glass box. A team at MIT, including HST MEMP student Jordan Harrod, developed AugMedic, a system designed to help paramedics accurately identify patients in critical conditions. In an Oct. 4th article in The Tech, Harrod explains just what it was like to compete under such unique circumstances.

Watch the team’s InCube final pitch below: