SNASK - A CONNECTED MEDICAL SERVICE FOR CHILDREN WITH DIABETES
What if you had to plan every single one of your meals, based on carbs?
With our research on diabetes, we realised that this is the daily routine for children with type-1 diabetes, which is an incurable lack of insulin production.
SNASK is a connected monitoring system for children with the disease. SNASK allows for easy flow of information between parent and child, at the same time as it incorporates nurses and treatments. SNASK uses infrared molecule scanning technology to provide nutrition data and gives personalised recommendations regarding insulin intake.
This project was awarded the Notable Student Project in both categories of Interaction and Service Design at Core77 Awards 2017, and was shortlisted to IXDA 2017!
Sebastian Miura (Advanced Product Design) Klio Rapakoulia (Interaction Design) This project was conducted in close cooperation with Umeå University Hospitals Diabetes Unit.
SKILLS / TOOLS
Arduino, Prototyping, Sound Design, UX , Client presentations
2 weeks, aim of delivering an interactive sound prototype and concept video