This concept design was short-listed into the top ten design consultancies across Europe in the Toshiba, disk drive revolution design competition.
The concept was to produce a product that would aid the sharing and transfer of information throughout the whole of the NHS, whether you are in a small village clinic or a large city hospital. The design allows for a consistent form of contact and language across all departments in an instant, resulting in a total reduction of lost mail. The hand held product was designed for people on the wards or for people out on home visits.
The resulting design allows for instant viewing and delivery of information, built within the body of the product is a pull out flexible screen for viewing larger content or images as well as supplying a larger key board for detailed data input.
This project was to look at future technologies at an early stage in their development and how they can be implemented into products and used in the future, we were looking at a 10 year look ahead on this project back in 2002 when the first ipod was on sale.
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