1 - 25 employees
No outside funding
B2B
Development & Interactive Agencies
Hardware & Robotics

Tomorrow Lab Company Overview

Tomorrow Lab is a hardware innovation studio that works with entrepreneurs big and small to invent new products. We have a unique focus on prototyping new hardware technology and turning those prototypes into market-ready, manufacturable products.

From industrial design and mechanical engineering, to electrical engineering and firmware development, Tomorrow Lab specializes in physical technology products because we believe physical things create a deeper potential for change than just software or web alone. We embrace the word ‘invention’ and obsessively prototype inside and outside of our client work. Continually prototyping allows us to author the future and develop useful technical knowledge which can work its way into client projects.

Jobs at Tomorrow Lab

 
1 Jobs Listed
New York
Under the supervision of the Tomorrow Lab team, interns contribute to our product development process through documentation, research, prototyping, and component sourcing. Interns gain hands-on, real-world experience working with our team on both client-facing and internally-lead projects. Starting as an intern is the easiest way to work towards becoming a Junior or Staff Product Design Engineer at TL. Interns earn a stipend and are required to work 5 days per week onsite at our office. Internships last 3 or 6 months and generally occur quarterly: Spring: April 1 - June 30 Summer:...
Hardware Engineering
45 East Broadway, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10002

Tomorrow Lab is a place for curious, detail-oriented creators. We have been tearing things apart and rebuilding them since we were kids. As adults, we love nothing more than creating new projects in our free time. We seek self-motivated, skilled, and creative individuals who want to use design, laboratory-style prototyping, research, and engineering problem-solving approaches to create revolutionary hardware products for our clients.

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Talent on the Move
August 27, 2018