2018-05-19 (Sa) HackadaySummary

People with Dementia can DRESS Smarter
The capitalization of DRESS was not a mistake. That was the name given to the dresser, pictured, was DRESS in all capital letters but it didn't seem to be an acronym since it was never explicitly defined. At its heart, DRESS gives vocal and light directions to the person getting dressed so they can perform the task without assistance from a caregiver and regain some independence. From a hacking perspective, this is an example of offloading mental work to a computer.

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