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ADIT / Therapeutic audio system

ADIT
ADIT

iF concept design award 2011

iF concept design award 2011

ADIT is a modular audio system designed for receptive music therapy. Due to the dramatic changes in technology and the ways in which we listen to music over the last 80 years and the positive effects of music on Alzheimer patients, this therapeutic field will gain in importance in the near future. The modules can be placed and varied according to the patient’s individual needs and preferences for music and sound. In addition to the music, visual stimulation can also be provided by a display module. The modules are very easy to clean. A software program helps therapists to find key songs for the patient based on biography-related tags.

University

Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin

Weissensee Kunsthochschule Berlin
Berlin, Germany

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Design

Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin

Laura Brendler
Berlin, Germany

Laura Brendler

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