LA BIOMED INNOVATION SHOWCASE 2018

Maestro Games was invited to present our innovative technology at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) Innovation Showcase held at the Westdrift Hotel in Manhattan Beach California on September 13th, 2018. The result was a commitment to continue investor and development discussions with BioMed’s team as well as several other organizations. For more information on the event, please check out this weblink: https://labiomed.org/event/is2018.

Maestro Games will provide additional updates on its development efforts over the coming months, so stay tuned!

About LA BioMed

LA BioMed is one of the foremost independent, non-profit research institutes in the United States. Located on the Harbor UCLA Center campus in Torrance, California, LA BioMed is a 501(c)3 independent non-profit biomedical research organization that was founded in 1952. The Institute has over more than 120 principal investigators and 400 researchers in total — MD’s, MD/PhD’s, and PhD’s — working on over 1,000 research studies. We are academically affiliated with the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and work in partnership with the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Our research is funded by many sources including: grants from the NIH and other government entities, Industry and teaching contracts and royalties, as well as private donors and other non-profit foundations.

by the Numbers

  • 100+ internationally recognized research groups

  • 600 ongoing research projects

  • 150 grants from federal sources (NIH and DoD) support our researchers

  • 500+ peer-reviewed articles in prestigious medical and scientific journals annually

  • 200 patents and 15 new filings annually

  • 11 companies spun off in the past 10 years to bring LA BioMed discoveries to the bedside

2018 Veterans Wheelchair Games in Orlando, Florida

Maestro Games SPC was honored to be a bronze host of the 2018 National Veteran Wheelchair Games in Orlando, along with Walgreens, Bristol-Meyers, Booz Allen and Hamilton, 3M and others.

Over 611 wheelchair athletes representing 48 states and Great Britain participated. Soldiers who served in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War I, Afghanistan and the Iraq War competed in a variety of sports and other activities.  Witnessing the courage, heart, spirit of camaraderie and unconditional love was inspiring.

We were humbled to have veterans suffering from a myriad of issues express their appreciation for The Last Maestro(TM)’s ability to transport them to a place where the music made them feel safe and at peace.  We’ve been invited back to the games next year in Louisville and look forward to seeing all our new friends again.

Check out the photos and feedback below.  Let us know what inspires you!


Name: Shari
Subject: A vet that loves this!!
Quote: "It was actually like standing on the side of the mountain. It made me feel happy and took me away from everything."

Subject: My thoughts
Quote: "I can see how this technology can help people escape the realities of life and escape and go somewhere else. A trip we all need.  It was awesome!"

Name: Jerry
Subject: Demo
Quote: "Love the symphony and the views!!"

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