Consumer Product Design

After the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2, many people preferred home-office solutions to protect themselves from catching the virus. But in so-called system relevant sectors like public healthcare, that is not an option.

brēth Green ™
Home Biophilic Air Cleaner

The new brēth Green™ air purifier offers consumers a way to use the dynamic biology created by a plant's life cycle to remove and digest “chemicals” (volatile organic compounds) that are present in all homes and built environments.

This paint brush has a simple stamped piece of steel overmolded in the handle. With this the user can now open a paint can without having to look for a separate opener or use some other tool.

Numerous studies done in the area of cold temperature impact on the hands’ dexterity site serious implications of effects from working in these types of environments. Even after a short period of exposure,

A wearable keyboard controller for use while using a VR or other head mounted display. Much of the productivity of a computing device depends on the ability to access a keyboard and mouse. Gestures, Voice, and controller wands are adequate for gaming and the manipulation of existing content,

Maintaining the thermal comfort of human bodies in hot weather is one of the most basic needs for life and is generally achieved with external active devices, such as air conditioners and fans. The utilization of these electricity-powered devices usually costs a considerable amount of energy.

Most teabags are made from paper, with a small amount of plastic used to seal them shut. But some premium brands have switched to using greater amount of plastic mesh for their product instead. This is usually so that the tea bag held in a pyramid shape,

Clean solar cooker as replacement for hazardous log-fires

Until today more than 3 billion people rely on open fires for cooking. Their cook stoves are predominantly based on burning firewood or charcoal and used indoors without sufficient ventilation [IEA (2016). "World Energy Outlook 2016"]. According to the WHO,

Studies have shown that elevator buttons can become 40 dirtier than public toilet seats.

The odors that come from using the toilet can be very disconcerting and often it permeates well beyond the bathroom. With multiple people using a bathroom the last thing one wants to do is enter after a big stink is made in such a small room.

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