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Medicine Packaging / Medicine Packaging

Medicine Packaging
Medicine Packaging

About 90% of blind people in developing countries cannot read Braille, which causes lots of inconvenience for them to take medicine. Blind people cannot record dosage of the medicine prescribed by doctors and medicine in similar packaging can be confusing for them. This design is to solve the problem just by adding some small parts at the edges of the packaging. Blind people can record their medicine taking frequency and dosage by pressing the bubbles separately. The types of medicines can be distinguished by tearing off different corners of the packaging. The cost of the extra parts is small, while it can bring more convenience to the blind.

University

Beijing Institute of Technology

Beijing Institute of Technology
Beijing, China

Design

Beijing Institute of Technology

Beijing Institute of Technology
Beijing, China

Jinghui Deng Jinglu Li Qi Qin Mading Wei