SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – After spending more than fourteen years trying to finish a machine which he claims can identify, evaluate and quantify corporal pain, Brazilian inventor Felipe Reitz says he is tired of hitting brick walls and is now trying to sell the project and the patent for his creation. His asking price: R$10 (US$1.8) million.
“It is an unique opportunity. For a foreign company, with the Brazilian real devalued, it would be a bargain,” Reitz tells The Rio Times.
The machine, says Reitz, will save insurance companies and health providers millions of dollars by identifying . . .