Silent T1D


Treat diabetes with style

Silent T1D is a discreet device that helps young type 1 diabetics keep track of their blood glucose levels and deliver insulin when needed. The project transforms the unpleasant and cumbersome experience of treating diabetes by providing a subtle and fashionable accessory that allows the wearer to monitor her health wherever she goes. The Silent T1D system keeps users aware of their conditions through a Bluetooth bone conduction headphone that is connected to a glucose monitor. When needed, a smart patch fitted with micro needles can painlessly deliver insulin, eliminating the need for standard needles.

Cuervo Ayala Diego

  • Cuervo Ayala Diego
    The Savannah College of Art and Design

    Diego Cuervo is a creative thinker born and raised in Colombia, with a Master of Arts in Industrial Design, recently graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design. Before his master studies, Diego had the opportunity to work for different companies in a variety of fields from jewelery and furniture to packaging and POS displays. He strives to find unexpected solutions to complex design challenges, and develop products that are empathetic, aesthetically refined, emotive and cutting-edge. He believes that disruptive thinking is the key element to lead innovation for user-centered products that transform experiences. He is passionate for emergent technologies and curios about the development of products with advance 3D modeling techniques and additive manufacturing.more

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