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ode is a fragrance-release system designed to stimulate appetite among people with dementia. The unit releases three food fragrances a day, adjustable to coincide with the user’s mealtimes.

ode is a fragrance-release system designed to stimulate appetite among people with dementia. The unit releases three food fragrances a day, adjustable to coincide with the user’s mealtimes.

All in One Spray Can – The spray paint concept that changes color. Rembr I had some pens like this, they s*ckt. But still cool

All in One Spray Can – The spray paint concept that changes color

All in One Spray Can – The spray paint concept that changes color. Rembr I had some pens like this, they s*ckt. But still cool

1 | Nendo Reinvents The Headset, In The Image Of The Pen | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

Nendo Reinvents The Headset, In The Image Of The Pen

1 | Nendo Reinvents The Headset, In The Image Of The Pen | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

A 16MP Camera / Phone running Android.

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New Designs to Help People Live Well with Dementia. "Ode". A fragrance-release system designed to stimulate appetite in people with dementia. Releases three food fragrances a day, adjustable to coincide with the user's mealtimes. Users can choose their preferred scents at installation. They are released in short, sharp burst to trigger appetite. Design Council UK and UK Department of Health

Design Council Revealed New Designs to Help People Live Well with Dementia

New Designs to Help People Live Well with Dementia. "Ode". A fragrance-release system designed to stimulate appetite in people with dementia. Releases three food fragrances a day, adjustable to coincide with the user's mealtimes. Users can choose their preferred scents at installation. They are released in short, sharp burst to trigger appetite. Design Council UK and UK Department of Health

DJ Wika Szmyt plays music at a club in Warsaw. Szmyt, 73, spends her retirement days behind a DJ console watching people dance to her rhythms. She plays disco, rumba or samba for a mostly elderly audience because she feels she is giving them a new take at life.

Pictures of the day: 30 November 2010

DJ Wika Szmyt plays music at a club in Warsaw. Szmyt, 73, spends her retirement days behind a DJ console watching people dance to her rhythms. She plays disco, rumba or samba for a mostly elderly audience because she feels she is giving them a new take at life.

Gareth Neal commission -  a reception desk - beautiful

Gareth Neal commission - a reception desk - beautiful

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