Comfort and Bonding

4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

This is a cluster of projects. The foremost project is IOP/IPCR ‘Design for well-being’: transformative  design strategies and tools for disruptive design processes. The design for premature babies is a key case study. New technology like smart textiles will replace painful and disturbing classical electrodes. In another project, a smart patient support system is developed. Award-winning graduation student Misha Croes developed the FamilyArizing design including a parent’s necklace, mediated communication and a smart snuggle for the neonate.

Project Poster Comfort and Bonding (PDF, 0.5Mb)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yCYUuF1UoQ

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This is a cluster of projects. The foremost project is IOP/IPCR ‘Design for well-being’: transformative  design strategies and tools for disruptive design processes. The design for premature babies is a key case study. New technology like smart textiles will replace painful and disturbing classical electrodes. In another project, a smart patient support system is developed. Award-winning graduation student Misha Croes developed the FamilyArizing design including a parent’s necklace, mediated communication and a smart snuggle for the neonate.

Project Poster Comfort and Bonding (PDF, 0.5Mb)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yCYUuF1UoQ

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Comfort and Bonding

This is a cluster of projects. The foremost project is IOP/IPCR ‘Design for well-being’: transformative  design strategies and tools for disruptive design processes. The design for premature babies is a key case study. New technology like smart textiles will replace painful and disturbing classical electrodes. In another project, a smart patient support system is developed. Award-winning graduation student Misha Croes developed the FamilyArizing design including a parent’s necklace, mediated communication and a smart snuggle for the neonate.

Project Poster Comfort and Bonding (PDF, 0.5Mb)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yCYUuF1UoQ

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This is a cluster of projects. The foremost project is IOP/IPCR ‘Design for well-being’: transformative  design strategies and tools for disruptive design processes. The design for premature babies is a key case study. New technology like smart textiles will replace painful and disturbing classical electrodes. In another project, a smart patient support system is developed. Award-winning graduation student Misha Croes developed the FamilyArizing design including a parent’s necklace, mediated communication and a smart snuggle for the neonate.

Project Poster Comfort and Bonding (PDF, 0.5Mb)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yCYUuF1UoQ

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