Sufferers of serious medical conditions generally do not want to broadcast their ailments to the world. It's inventions like the Aero Mobile Oxygen system that enable them to carry on with life without drawing attention to their clinical equipment and thus their personal health.
Working with Oxycare for her thesis project, Lina Kuroi came up with a modernized, streamlined and disguised air concentrator that would fit nicely within a special backpack. The device would be compact and produced fairly flat with rounded corners. The breathing tube would escape from the knapsack and wind subtly around to the user's nose. The Aero Mobile Oxygen could be controlled with a remote built into the diagonal strap and charged with an induction wall mount so that living with a respiratory illness is slightly less of a challenge.