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Remote sensor toothbrush / Interactive toothbrush

Remote sensor toothbrush
Remote sensor toothbrush

Brushing is an act that people do at similar times of the day, there is a high probability that people will do it simultaneously across spaces, and it is an existing habit. By linking the act of brushing teeth, the design aims to increase communication between people who are emotionally tied to each other in different places, across spatial barriers and without the feeling of being a burden. (Perhaps not only between children left-behind and their parents)

University

China Academy of Art

China Academy of Art
ShangHai, China

Weiwei Guo,
China Academy of Art

Hengguang Wu,
China Academy of Art

Jie Gao,
China Academy of Art

Xiaoyan Qi,
Jiangsu University