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In Korea about 1,300,000 (2% of Korea’s Population) aged and retired people live alone. Also as the Korean society is becoming more independent and no longer live as an extended family it is becoming hard for the children of the aged to take care of their parents.
Wrist Lock makes it possible for the users to maintain their
privacy, health conditions, and daily lifestyle.
Most importantly in emergency situations while the user is alone, it sends an alarm to the nearest emergency center so that they can be transferred for their safety.
Seoul, South Korea
Young Chan Kim,
Da Hye Cheon,