E Yes is a game-based aid to correct children's amblyopia through exploration and training. Various modular combinations encourage amblyopic children to perform visual zoom, dedicated eye muscle exercise, and color discrimination. The lens on both sides of the telescope work with AR transparencies for children to imagine and explore. The lens in the eye and the ciliary muscle is exercised when the eye switches between near and far objects, E yes is also a vision detector. Regular testing tracks changes in children's vision and detects problems for early treatment.
According to research, there is an increasing number of children in Taiwan suffering from Articulation Disorders. Therefore, the team has designed an assistive device that can assist with the training and correction of this phenomenon. Using the shape of fruits and vegetables as the foundation and applying color and material properties to transform the traditional cold feeling of assistive products into a vibrant and interesting image.
Once people get the Build Your City toy, their game is already on. The box is a part of the toy, which acts as the city's road in the building game. Each box's side is a road shape with indentations: straight line, L-shape, T-shape, and crossroad. The more Build Your City blind boxes people collect, the more city buildings and vehicles toys they get randomly, so the bigger city they can build. Build Your City can stimulate people's imagination and bring people excited about the inside toy's uncertainty when opening the blind box.
The Werkelkueche is a gender-open activity workstation that enables children to immerse themselves in free play worlds. It combines the formal and aesthetic features of children's kitchens and workbenches. Therefore the Werkelkueche offer diverse possibilities to play. The curved plywood worktop can be used as a sink, workshop or ski slope. The side compartments can provide storage and hiding space or bake crispy rolls. With the help of the colorful and interchangeable tools, children can realize their ideas and imitate the world of adults in a playful way.
Rockit attaches to any pram or stroller and gently rocks to soothe babies to sleep or keep them asleep when the stroller comes to a halt. Rockit is attached using a 2-fix system so can be switched to another pram or stored when not in use. The speed control allows you to tune Rockit to the resonant frequency of any pram or stroller to achieve the perfect rock that makes the baby believe they are still being pushed along. Scientific tests show the vibration level closely mimics the normal hand rocking of a stroller and the soothing movement is gentler than a pram moving over paving stones.
Using bionic technology, the shape and touch of the bottle is more like mother's breast. It allows the baby to directly adapt to the breast milk bottle, reducing the mother's anxiety and the baby's unsuitability. In order to make the using of the feeding bottle more as breast feeding, a certain ergonomic design has been made, optimizing the feeding bottle and making it easier to adapt. The overall touch and feeling allow mothers to hold and use for babies at ease.
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