Chase, Deepak, Siva, and Vivek – we graduated from ASU and in the summer of 2014, we learned that 219 babies in Africa die everyday due to lack of access to good phototherapy. With two of us being engineers, and one having 2 years of experience working in neonatal engineering, it did not takes us long to investigate this problem and devise a feasible solution. With the help of ASU, we started working on the idea, and in 4 months we completed a working prototype. We made this device better in terms of treatment effectiveness and size for ease of transportation. Our sole motivation is to reduce the staggering number of neonatal deaths.