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DS Anaesthetic iPad App on trial

September 29th, 2010 by MattAdmin in Uncategorized | no comments

Studiohead are currently testing a simulated Anaesthetic machine they have developed for Imperial College London. This has been showcased at the AMEE conference in Glasgow this month, and received great interest from medical educators. The machine encompasses two iPads that display the patient’s simulated ECG and ventilation screens. These can be manipulated by an invigilator […]

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iPad app for anaesthetic simulation nearly ready!

August 30th, 2010 by MattAdmin in Design News | no comments

Our new iPad apps that simulate the anaesthesia stack in a trauma ward are in their final stages before testing in our simulated operating theatre. The apps will simulate the ECG (heart trace) and ventilation screens used by an anaesthetist during a trauma or surgical procedure. They will make full use of the iPads’ touch […]

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Simulated Surgery at Cheltenham Festival of Science

June 12th, 2010 by MattAdmin in Uncategorized | no comments

Studiohead are supporting Imperial College London at the Cheltenham Festival of Science this weekend, where school children and members of the public can try their hand at being a surgeon. The portable operating theatres we designed for Imperial College School of Medicine are proving a hit with aspiring medics. Read about this at Imperial College News […]

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“Innovating with People” Book launch

May 25th, 2010 by MattAdmin in Uncategorized | no comments

Studiohead director Cian Plumbe has contributed as author to the new publication Innovation With People, launched at last weeks Innovation for All 2010 conference in Oslo. The book is a comprehensive guide to inclusive design principles, written for the business sector as well as design practitioners, and includes examples of good practice including Studiohead’s TwoTone Phone, […]

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Studiohead at Ottawa Conference in Miami

May 22nd, 2010 by MattAdmin in Uncategorized | no comments

Studiohead traveled to Miami recently together with the team from Imperial College to participate in the 14th OTTAWA conference. The conference ran from the 17 – 19 May and focussed on the assessment of competence in medicine and the healthcare professions. We were showcasing the Distributed Simulation platform that we have developed for Imperial College. […]

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Studiohead at Cheltenham Science Fesitval

May 7th, 2010 by MattAdmin in Uncategorized | no comments

Studiohead will be participating with Imperial College London at the Cheltenham Science Fesitval, and showcasing the Distributed Simulation Operating Theatre. You can come and have a go at being a surgeon, in our low cost, but highly realistic simulation. Studiohead designers Matt Harrison and Cian Plumbe will be on site to talk about the design […]

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WorkSnug Pro goes live

April 23rd, 2010 by MattAdmin in Uncategorized | no comments

WorkSnug Pro is now live and free to download for you iPhone. WorkSnug Pro now covers the following cities: London, Barcelona, Madrid, Berlin, Brussels, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Leiden and Brighton. WorkSnug Pro is now open to the community of global nomadic workers. WorkSnug are inviting them to support their […]

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WorkSnug launched

November 26th, 2009 by MattAdmin in News | no comments

WorkSnug is a new Augmented Reality App for the iPhone 3GS, that shows you the best and nearest places to work in the city. A revolutionary interface imposes information of the nearest Snugs (cafes, library’s, hot spots, hubs etc) onto the world around you, as seen through the video camera on the iPhone. Information on […]

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Close Up – Exhibition design

November 6th, 2009 by MattAdmin in Uncategorized | no comments

Studiohead designed and produced this years contribution to the London Design Festival from the Helen Hamlyn Centre Royal College of Art. CLOSE UP The exhibition included the results of this years Helen Hamlyn Centre inclusive design research projects, and a retrospective show of past projects and design firms to have launched from work at the […]

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