Nowadays, due to parents busy schedule, they often forget to teach their children about healthy food habits. HP+ is a concept electronic band designed for kids to educate them about health eating habit through an interactive gaming experience.
It’s seen very often that kid is getting scolded for not washing his hands? Or not eating his food? Or for playing games? Is this the real way to educate your kids about healthy eating habits? Childhood is more about playing games and also exploring, learning from it. HP+ perfectly fits into this scenario which incorporates gaming style to your kid’s life in most educating and exciting way.
This project is a part of Electrolux Design Lab 2015, you can give your vote for this concept by clicking here.
Designer : Omkar V More
HP+ uses cloud computing that connects parents, teachers, and doctors to contribute towards healthy food practices. It has OLED display that indicates live HP bar/score while the holographic project can project virtual germs on kid’s hand to motivate them to clean their hands before and after meal. By wearing this device, your kids will learn to identify healthy or junk food thanks to absorption spectroscopy technology, HP+ also confirms food consumption and exhibits HP bar with DIY Muscle sensor.
It was very inspirational the way Kids play games, the way they understand it and the faster they learn from it. I believe the gaming experience of HP+ will help kids to learn about healthy food habits rather than forcing it on them. It’ll also add value by connecting kid’s habits to the parents thought!
This futuristic device also makes shopping time with parents even more fun, it displays happy/sad smiley depending on food type that your children touch. Parents can also take advantage the information from HP+ to set up tasks and provide rewards. Omkar More, the designer, believes that with today’s technology, it is highly possible to create a realistic product. It’s a smart device that teaches children about healthy lifestyle in an exciting and fun way.
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