Infinite Corridor Technology (ICT) was founded in 2007 by MIT Professor of Mechanical Engineering Mary C. Boyce and Christopher Boyce, also of MIT. Their objective was to apply Professor Boyce’s expertise in non-linear deformation of non-metallic structures to flexible circuit boards. Capitalizing on unique geometric patterns, developed by Christopher Boyce, the company proposed and was awarded a DARPA contract to further develop the technology in 2009. Under the DARPA contract, ICT demonstrated that its patent-pending technology can be used to design and produce stretchable, flexible circuit boards utilizing conventional substrates, components and manufacturing processes. In 2010, ICT expanded by adding business development and program management personnel with extensive experience in the defense electronics industry. ICT is currently developing stretchable and flexible electronics for a range of products, including military and biomedical applications.