Maxime Dubreucq – 100 Bpm

Submitted by Maxime Dubreucq, 100BPM helps to save lives by greatly increasing the success rate of administering Compression-Only CPR to an adult after a cardiac arrest. 100BPM gives the rescuer tangible feedback through sound and light, for the two most important factors for success of the procedure: compression depth and frequency of the compression. Spring 2012. Work realized in three weeks. (Co-workers : Natalie Vanns (Product Designer) Shivanjali Tomar (Interaction Designer) Doris Feurstein (Interaction Designer) )

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