Holographic Psychology

This modern medical device aims to streamline psychologist’s assessment of a patient’s possible neurological damage. Unlike old-fashioned tests (like the familiar inkblot cards), the device incorporates all of the exams from the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery into an interactive holographic display that tests various parts of the brain and provides instantaneous feedback and an overall more accurate assessment.

Designer: Yansel Herrera

6 Comments

  • Quintin Smits says:

    In what way would this be different form a computer/laptop/smartphone/tablet with such a display running a program for these exams? Why would there need to be a separate device?

    The idea of doing these exams in software might very well be a good idea, seems to me you could develop the idea without imagining technology that doesn’t exist yet!

    Invent the holographic display first, then you can use it in your design concepts…

  • mikey says:

    this product is terrible. very poorly designed

  • Darby says:

    it could use a redesign. maybe take some inspiration from refridgerator door handles. usually works for me!

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