The Oasis dimmers and timekeeper case is a product combo designed to regulate visual distractions in open spaces, enhancing user concentration. Leveraging electrochromic film, it dims peripheral vision while keeping central vision clear. Users can control dimness and quickly deactivate it. Likened to "headphones for vision", it features a charging case/clock, tactile feedback, time reminders, and a prescription lens attachment. Originally inspired by ADHD research, Oasis adopts a universal design for various attention challenges.
Joel Olympio is an Industrial Designer from Cork, Ireland. He works at Dolmen, Ireland’s top design consultancy. Joel likes to tell stories through the products he designs. These are human-focused stories which are reflected in the form and function of the product. After winning the Irish James Dyson Award, Joel aims to commericalize his invention, Oasis. Oasis originated from Joel’s own personal connection to ADHD. He wanted to change the often challenging story of those living with ADHD by providing a tool that adapts environments to them. Joel’s relentless passion to change the world through design drives his ambitions and pursuits. morePortfolio LinkedIn Instagram Twitter
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