Vibering Sensor to Help Detect Noises for Hearing-Impaired

This stylish ring is actually a gadget to help deaf people to sense noises around them. Vibering sensor helps them to notice vehicle’s horn or someone’s call at the back which often results in an unforeseen emergencies. Consist of two rings and a wristwatch, the ring can vibrate to alarm the bearer about specific noise […]

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Honda Walking Assist Device for The Elderly and Other People with Weakened Leg Muscles

Still remember about Honda robotic walking rehab? At that time, we didn’t have much detail information, but now Honda has made official statement regarding this robotic walking assist device. It’s great that Honda tries to extend its areas from cars and motorcycles, but so far we don’t jump in joy for their ASIMO Robot. But […]

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Flow, Medical Healthcare Gadget

The medical health care products for home consumers are now growing and more effective for everyday life. Using the new advances in small particle nano technology to inhale into lung and monitoring the metered dose to delivery a specific amount. Flow is a medical gadget that focuses on the asthmatic who have both chronic conditions […]

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Huntleigh Healthcare Bed By Seymour Powell

Huntleight Healthcare has worked together with Seymour Powell to create a new range of beds with unique features designed to improve efficiency and reduce risks. This bed is meant to be used in all acute care environments. Huntleight Healthcare is known for its reputation for robust and reliable beds, Seymour Powell was trying to create […]

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Essense Glove Reads Pulse, Temperature, and Blood Glucose Levels with Infrared

The Essense glove is a tool designed for rescue volunteers, first responding teams, and any other user which needs a simple solution for diagnosing symptoms. The glove replaces many tools and products that would normally be carried, and it also simplifies the process of examining many people in the field under stressful situations. The fingertip […]

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ReWalk Exoskeleton Helps Paraplegics Walk

To stand and to walk for some people that could be just a dream. ReWalk exoskeleton is trying to make that dream come true, paraplegics will be able to stand, walk, even climb the stairs The challenge here is to design something that imitates a human walking, including universal fit for a broad range of […]

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HABILITY: Easyfood and Valcucine

Hability was born from the need to combine a careful analysis of the needs of the disabled with the creation of a kitchen that is not merely accessible but also aesthetically pleasant and accurate in every detail. The collaboration between architect Marco Miscioscia, a designer attentive to the world of the disabled, and Valcucine, a […]

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Tool Logic CC1SB Credit Card Companion

Carry a pocket knife everywhere you go. This Tool Logic CC1SB Credit Card Companion is so slim and light you might even forget you carry one, but it’s highly functional when you need a knife. This 2” stainless steel blade is razor sharp and serrated, you can cut any materials with ease. This survival card is pretty handy to help you with life’s sudden unforeseen emergencies. […]

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Futuristic ICU Bed

The aim of ICU Bed is to assist in improving the quality of intensive care of patients in very critical condition thanks to its innovative design solution for Intensive Care Units and Anesthesiology and Resuscitation Units. Design of ICU Bed was developed by Daniel Pavlik as project in cooperation with Linet company. Main intention was […]

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Zen PC Design for The Visually Impaired

A new innovation in PC Design for the visually impaired called Zen. The concept of Zen is a hardware called the ‘Sandbox PC’ and Zen edition operating system working together to create a computing environment that can be used with eyes closed. ZEN is for ?Z-axis Enabled,? meaning it is a truly interactive 3D computer. […]

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Levo : Hospital Transport Chair

Do you know that based on research, the collapsible transport chairs are difficult for the uninitiated to open or close ? And by horizontally stacking the chairs, space-saving is increased by a third and the chairs are always ready to use. Based on that goal and the high volume patients in a Mega Hospital, Aaron […]

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Overhead Projector Desk to Help Disabled Teachers

It’s quite difficult for disabled teachers to move freely when using overhead projector. That’s why Reinier Halbertsma and Sarah Hay came up with this overhead projector desk design. This was inspired by a disabled Professor who generously field-tested many prototypes. Users can switch easily between overhead slides, use the central grab rail for mobility, and […]

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Push Your Limit with Adventure Wheelchair

Don’t let limited capabilities stop you from enjoying your adventure hobby. Just like John Davis said from the film The Chariot Races : “It’s part of breaking down the barriers. Showing we can crash. Showing we can push our limits, find the edge of our capabilities, fall sometimes and pick ourselves up.”

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Tag Heuer Prosthetic Leg by Koo Ho Shin

The idea of new prosthetic started from people’s perception of prosthetic legs; both the amputees and “spectators: which is a sad reality but true”. Prosthetic has been developed based on the understanding of body anatomy and movement, but since it neglects the lifestyle, satisfaction, or personality of the amputee, this vital device for human activity […]

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Future Dental Chair Concept

The idea behind this design is the unfriendly equipment when we enter the dental hospitals. To ease nervous and tense feeling of patients, the dental chair has to be clean and simple, and instruments have to be quiet and inconspicuous. Chengli Hung designed this chair to hide and integrate different parts of components into a […]

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