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OXVI VENTILATOR

Mechanical Ventilators have always looked menacing and functional. This project was done in collaboration with reSPIRE to aid healthcare systems during the 2020 pandemic, and involved the form and internal architecture design for a Mechanical Ventilator to make the medical appliance more accessible and easy to use.

NEW IDENTITY

OLD IDENTITY

REVAMP

The core of the brief was to create a compelling logo that does justice to the innovative and futuristic work that Nexstem are doing. While the earlier logo was minimal, it served a functional purpose more than an emotional one. It showed exactly what the BCI headset is about, rather than talk about the bigger picture. The new logo not only brought a new dimension and narrative to the brand, but also added a spark of colours, not seen before in the segment.

NEW PRODUCT

DEVELOPMENT

Designing a Mechanical Ventilator to aid respiratory support and enable IOT enabled control of flow pressure and volume. This project was a collaboration between Studio Carbon and reSPIRE to aid healthcare systems during the times of the 2020 Pandemic.

CLOUD INTELLIGENCE

The IOT nature of the device allows for control over the cloud aiding for seamless and empowering control for caretakers at Hospital and homes alike. Flow variables such as pressure and volume can be adjusted and monitored over the cloud. The device is also capable of adjusting to patient's behavioral data such as FIO2 levels. The smart and complex operational advantages are seamlessly layered beneath a simple and easy to use interface, making it an accessible device for healthcare workers and caretakers at home.

CURVILINEAR EMBRACE

The styling of the Mechanical Ventilator is organic in comparison to the various rigid and cuboidal ventilators seen in the market, making it unique in aesthetics. The infusion of never-before-seen styling elements in the segment, make it a styling statement to reckon with, all the while also being functionally and ergonomically sound.

FUNCTIONAL STYLING

The raised and angled fascia allows for ergonomic access of the interface. The middle raised cover allows for a tight stabilization of the Ambu bag, which undergoes repeated volumetric deformation while being compressed in cycles. The Grill in the front fascia allows for cool air to be sucked in, while the rear fans allow for continual air circulation in the system, keeping the motors and PCB temperatures at optimum temperature for extended operation of the device. The bottom recesses allow for the product to be handled and moved. The power and sensor input ports are elegantly placed at the rear carved pocket for easy access, while also not being visually clumsy. The dual fan system at the rear, with its vertical format and angled placement makes for an interesting form transition from the front, imbuing a sense of styling that is unique.

OXVI VENTILATOR

Our foray into the world of Brain Computer Interface, or BCI for short, started with our collaboration with Nexstem. This rebranding project included a revamp of their ethos, identity, logo and visual style,

UI/UX DESIGN OF NEXSTEM

NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Designing a Mechanical Ventilator to aid respiratory support and enable IOT enabled control of flow pressure and volume. This project was a collaboration between Studio Carbon and reSPIRE to aid healthcare systems during the times of the 2020 Pandemic. With all of us doing our part to better the situation, this project of designing a Mechanical Ventilator in collaboration with reSPIRE was Studio Carbon’s part in the bigger picture. The urgent nature of the project led to a record execution of the entire product, from its early ideations, styling, CMF to final prototypes.

A BREATH OF LIFE

CLOUD INTELLIGENCE

The IOT nature of the device allows for control over the cloud aiding for seamless and empowering control for caretakers at Hospital and homes alike. Flow variables such as pressure and volume can be adjusted and monitored over the cloud. The device is also capable of adjusting to patient's behavioral data such as FIO2 levels. The smart and complex operational advantages are seamlessly layered beneath a simple and easy to use interface, making it an accessible device for healthcare workers and caretakers at home.

CURVILINEAR EMBRACE

The styling of the Mechanical Ventilator is organic in comparison to the various rigid and cuboidal ventilators seen in the market, making it one of a kind. The infusion of styling elements never before seen in the segment, make it a styling statement to reckon with, all the while also being functionally and ergonomically sound.

FUNCTIONAL STYLING

The raised and angled fascia allow for ergonomic access of the interface. The Mid raise cover allows for tight secure of the Ambu bag which undergoes repeated Volumetric deformation while being compressed in cycles. The Grill in the front fascia allows for cool air to be sucked in. The rear set fans allow for continual air circulation in the system, keeping the motors and PCB temperatures at optimum temperature for extended operation of the device. The bottom recesses allow for the product to be handled and moved about. The power and sensor input ports are elegantly placed at the rear carved pocket for easy access, while also not being visually clumsy. The dual fan system at the rear, with its vertical format and angled placement makes for an interesting form transition from the front, imbuing a sense of styling that is unique and unseen in this segment of the medical industry.

UI/UX DESIGN OF NEXSTEM

IMPACT

The product was prototyped and tested in real circumstances during the COVID-19 waves of 2020. This new product has been developed upon and perfected to be used on-field. After getting great reviews for the form, usability and function of the ventilator, the company was set up with our design as its flagship product. It plans to launch the mechanical ventilator in various fields of operation soon.