Development of a Thermal Eye Lubrication Device for Treating Meibomian Gland Dysfunction and Dry Eye Syndrome: The project aimed to address the issue of dry eye syndrome, specifically targeting Meibomian Gland Dysfunction (MGD), a common underlying cause of the condition. The team developed an innovative solution known as Thermal Eye Lubrication Devices (TELD) to provide effective and long-lasting relief to individuals suffering from MGD-related dry eye syndrome. The Thermal Eye Lubrication Device is designed to improve the function of the Meibomian glands, which are responsible for producing the oily layer of tears that prevent rapid evaporation and maintain eye moisture. Dysfunction of these glands can lead to inadequate lubrication, resulting in dry eyes, discomfort, and potential damage to the ocular surface. The Eye Mask ie. TELD incorporates thermal conductors to gently heat the Meibomian glands, promoting their healthy secretion and facilitating proper lubrication of the eyes. By applying controlled and uniformed heat to the eyelids, the device helps soften and liquefy any blockages or congealed oils within the Meibomian glands, allowing for improved flow and production of tears. The device features a user-friendly design, with adjustable temperature settings and safety measures to ensure optimal comfort and prevent any potential harm. In addition to the Thermal Eye Mask, the project also involved the creation of an accompanying Eyelid Handheld Massager to enhance the overall effectiveness of the treatment for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction. The Eyelid Handheld Massager is designed to work in conjunction with the TELD, providing a comprehensive solution for individuals suffering from Dry Eye syndrome. Furthermore, the project team focused on creating portable and convenient devices, allowing users to incorporate the treatment into their daily routines with ease.