As part of a yearlong capstone project, we were challenged to design a solution for health problems faced in developing countries. Through comprehensive research, interviews with experts, and consultations with doctors in the front line, there is a clear need for an effective method to warm infants. Obvious solutions exists such as heat transfer via skin-to-skin contact and incubators. The former, however, requires much manpower, while the latter is not viable given a developing country's financial constraints. Donated incubators are available in many developing countries, however, they are often nonfunctional and are used as additional cribs. With the above as our backdrop, IncuVive's unique design is a viable and effective solution to combat infant hypothermia.