'Mnemonic' by Ming Kiang Tan Thwarts Forgetfulness

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 11, 2009   Updated: May 30 2011 • References: coroflot & yankodesign
Although Ming Kiang Tan's 'Mnemonic' reminder device is designed with the elderly in mind, this wrist-worn gadget is well-suited for anyone with a tendency to forget things.

Ming Kiang Tan's 'Mnemonic' can be programmed with a number of reminders and instructions to automatically pop up on the display. And a built-in accelerometer keeps the sleek display facing the user at all times.

Implications - As technology starts to schedule and run consumers lives, many are shifting away from the traditions of a pen and a pad. The convenience, compact size and quick responses from digital reminders allows individuals to experience true convenience. Notepads and agendas may become a thing of the past with brands looking to one up their already successful tech products to bring consumers the ultimate comfort of easy living. Stats for Wrist-Worn Reminders Trending: Older & Mild
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