POPO is a non-invasive glucose monitor for children with diabetes. Unlike the traditional glucometre that requires blood, POPO analyses the level of acetone in exhaled breath making it a non-painful, easy process. Via a light display, the monitor will give an accurate glucose reading. With the growing number of diabetic children worldwide, who are required to have an often painful daily blood analysis, this monitor is a safe, fun and practical alternative.
Cheng Yao, Executive Director of International Cooperation Design Branch, Ningbo Science and Technology Innovation Center, Zhejiang University, Head of Information Product Design Program, School of Software, Zhejiang University, and Deputy Director of Computer-Aided Product Innovation Design Engineering Center, Ministry of Education. He has achieved several influential research results, published more than 60 academic papers , more than 20 articles in CHI, SIGGRAPH, CSCW, WWW, UIST and other top academic conferences, and won 6 Red Dot and 12 IF international design awards more
Yuqi Hu, Master of Science in Industrial Design from Eindhoven University of Technology, and Master of Engineering in Industrial Design from Zhejiang University. She holds two National Natural Science Foundation of China projects. Her main research interests are product design, human-computer interaction design, experience design, cultural art and design, etc. She has participated in many research and practice projects, and has participated in and directed several international awards. more
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