MIT Institute of Design
Lexus Design, Milan announces award winning entry "PAUSE" by our PG 2nd year students
MIT Institute of Design students develop innovative shopping bag- Hangbag
Three students of MIT Institute of Design have come up with an innovative solution that gives a new lease of life to the shopping bags...

Touch Free Life Care by Nikita Chandekar

The TLC system composes the smart bed with an OLED screen and a TLC application which is used in a laptop or a tablet at the nurse station. The TLC smart bed is made of smart fabric which records temperature , BP, sleep pattern and moisture levels. This data is sent via radio frequency to the nurse tablet providing continuous monitoring and helps save a lot of staff hours. Patients can control their mattress temperatures and bed position with the intuitive GUI OLED screen without having to call the nurse.

The TLC interface at the nurse station shows and alerts any changes in parameters such as patient body temperature, blood pressure, sleep pattern and moisture levels. This interface can also be assessed by the doctor to view patient history and make changes in the drug dosages.