D-Rev is creating a phototherapy device that uses low cost LED light to treat jaundice in newborns. The therapeutic device is called Brilliance (previously its working title was Blue Star) and it will cost around $100. The device works by using light to break down abnormally high concentrations of bilirubin in the infant. The NGO D-Rev notes that in its tests, this device actually outperforms the $3000 gold standard in the West. D-Rev announced in its blog that they had "reached an unprecedented licensing agreement with Chennai, India-based Phoenix Medical Systems Private Ltd.