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  • Eglės Ugintaitės multifunkcinio navigacinio prietaiso projektas žmonėms su negalia "The Aid". Darbo vadovas Juozas Brundza. Sukūrimo metai - 2014.

    Eglė Ugintaitė, dalyvavusi Japonijoje vykusiame konkurse, kurį organizavo kompiuterinės technikos gigantas „Fujitsu“, laimėjo pirmąją vietą. Jos darbas pelnė garbingiausią Grand prix apdovanojimą ir 30000 Eur piniginį prizą. Dizainerė konkursui pateikė darbą „The Aid“ – tai naujosios kartos multifunkcinis navigacinis prietaisas žmonėms su negalia, atliekantis tikros „pagalbos rankos“ funkciją. Šis prietaisas padeda orientuotis erdvėje, matuoja sveikatos būklės rodiklius. Blogai pasijutus šiuo prietaisu galima išsikviesti pagalbą. Taip pat jis yra naudojamas kaip atrama, tuo jis panašus į lazdą. Šis prietaisas iš 3353 konkurentų buvo išrinktas geriausiu.

    Projekto pristatymas Designboom.com portale:

    'the aid' by egle ugintaite 'FUJITSU design award 2011' grand prize

    with ‘the aid’, a cane that provides mobile navigation and health management
    services, users who have difficulty leaving
    their homes can become
    active members of society.  this design takes into consideration how ICT
    devices can be useful in
    users’ daily lives and deploys services that
    are integrated with social infrastructure.

    ‘the aid’ by egle ugintaite from lithuania has received the FUJITSU grand prize – the winning entry from
    our recent designboom competition ‘a life with future computing‘, organized in collaboration with FUJITSU.
    and DA – design association japan.

    designer’s own words
    ‘the aid’ is mainly dedicated to help elderly people, or people after trauma who often have a lack of confidence to step outside
    their house, causing isolation, depression… ‘the aid’ is designed to be a real ‘helping hand': to guide and prevent one from
    being lost, providing a feeling of security, allowing one to receive immediate help if they need it, and, of course physical support,
    as a walking cane. an integrated navigator, which works as a service + health device (pulse, blood pressure temperature)
    features measuring sensors along with an SOS button, which, by pressing it when help is needed, contacts the help center
    and sends the user’s current health data and location to provide immediate and qualified help. the object is simple
    to use (2 buttons only), but at the same time smart.

    1 – soft component that comes in contact with the user’s arm
    2 – sensors on the interior space monitor pulse, blood pressure, body temperature
    3 – on the outside of the clasp an LCD screen displays health data
    4 – SOS button
    5 – cancel button (if SOS button has been pressed by accident)

    navigator, SOS button, health monitoring, cane, physical assistance.

    integrated sensors

    there are sensors in the wrist zone, which are constantly in contact with blood vessels.
    the monitor displays health data (pulse, blood pressure, temperature).

    jury members (from left to right):
    ross lovegrove, birgit lohmann of designboom, gwenael nicolas (curiosity), toshiyuki inoko, ma yansong (MAD architects)
    and nobuo otani, corporate senior vice resident Fujitsu, kimitaka kato, Fujitsu design president (without photo).

    Pagal Eglės projektą "Fujitsu" kompanija sukūrė veikianti lazdos prototipą:

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    'the aid' by egle ugintaite 'FUJITSU design award 2011' grand prize

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