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Time has great importance in the context or taking medication. Keeping track of time for medication is a common problem, and in some cases, taking medication at the wrong time can cause drug overdoses or an upset in the medication schedule. Timed Capsules answer the need to have a time indicator on tablet cases.
12-sided opening with a pointer on the lid represents a clock, allowing one to set the time for medication. The polygonal opening prevents the lid from turning when secured. The case is double-sided, with lids marked am and pm. Angled walls prevent tablets from popping out. Cases can be connected, for complex prescriptions.
National University of Singapore
Contact Person: Dr Yen Ching Chuan, Head of Department, Industrial Design, NUS
Lim Yi Xiang , Loy Kai Yi Tiffany