New connected items that will make life easier for users

We had already shared with you, back in February, 3 clever examples of items that were invented to make life easier for people as well as our ‘coups de Coeur’ apps that had been developed during the special Hacking Health event in Montreal!

This time, we introduce some connected items that should prove useful (or not) in the future:

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The classic one: the connected scales
For 6 years now, the Withings company has been offering a scale that tracks your weight and your BMI (body mass index) on a mobile app. Since then, other features have been added such as calculating the number of steps taken during the day. An interesting application for those who want to take care of their health.

We had already shared with you, back in February, 3 clever examples of items that were invented to make life easier for people as well as our ‘coups de Coeur’ apps that had been developed during the special Hacking Health event in Montreal!  This time, we introduce some connected items that should prove useful (or not) in the future:  - The classic one: the connected scales For 6 years now, the Withings company has been offering a scale that tracks your weight and your BMI (body mass index) on a mobile app. Since then, other features have been added such as calculating the number of steps taken during the day. An interesting application for those who want to take care of their health.     The most original: the pen that corrects your mistakes -	 This digital pen named Lernstift comes from Germany and recognizes writing movements. It then lets you know when you’ve made a mistake – thanks to an unmistakable vibration.       -	The object that reassures parents: a pacifier that monitors a child’s temperature  Anxious parents have always been a source of inspiration for marketing people! Blue Maestro introduces Pacifi, the world’s first smart pacifier that monitors a baby’s temperature and transmits the data to an app on the parents’ mobile phones. If the temperature rises, an alert is sent. Another plus: you can trigger a sound to find a lost pacifier under the bed or elsewhere!    After inventing all these connected items that will simplify our lives, the next challenge will be to ensure that they are easy to use and that they offer an extraordinary customer experience. If you are planning on developing connected items, consider UX Recherche to assist you during the development stages to ensure their success!

 

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The most original: the pen that corrects your mistakesThis digital pen named Lernstift comes from Germany and recognizes writing movements. It then lets you know when you’ve made a mistake – thanks to an unmistakable vibration.

New connected items that will make life easier for users

 

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The object that reassures parents: a pacifier that monitors a child’s temperature
Anxious parents have always been a source of inspiration for marketing people!

Blue Maestro introduces Pacifi, the world’s first smart pacifier that monitors a baby’s temperature and transmits the data to an app on the parents’ mobile phones.

If the temperature rises, an alert is sent. Another plus: you can trigger a sound to find a lost pacifier under the bed or elsewhere!

New connected items that will make life easier for users

 

After inventing all these connected items that will simplify our lives, the next challenge will be to ensure that they are easy to use and that they offer an extraordinary customer experience. If you are planning on developing connected items, consider UX Recherche to assist you during the development stages to ensure their success!