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Lula is a therapeutic object used to improve the well-being of children in their hospital rooms and break their visual monotony. It is linked to chromotherapy and the use of glitter jars in various therapies.
While used, the object is held, played with, and works as a color filter, which changes the perception of one's surroundings. In order to keep the space functional, it can be placed on the light base located on the wall. It's illuminated from the center and creates color-changing projections. By rotating it manually, gives the user control over their distraction. The choice of color is patient-specific, depending on his emotional state.
Carla Jorgens Vidal,