Doplor is an interactive, inaduible painting created by Roel Redert. A new team - Studio Reverb, a project team of industrial design engineering master students - is developing Doplor further by working on its physical appearance and the actual sound categorization.
Graduate student Yoon Lee created Cacophony Mapper: a mobile data collection platform that nurses in the ICU can use to get insights in all the noise they make all together or individually and how they experience the sound environment.
Graduate student Marije Schokkin captured and typified sound cultures in intensive care units (ICUs). She discovered that different nurse types exist and that they all deal with the sounds differently. When ICUs want to reduce sound with a bigger impact, Marije proposed that ICUs need to create 'sound-issue-awareness', for which she designed a campaign.
By being part of the exhibition Embassy of Health: ‘Chronic Health: If not us then who?’, we let people experience the current cacophony of intensive care sounds and how our designs could make a difference.
Doplor is an interactive, inaudible painting that shows the main contributions of sound disturbances in the intensive care unit (ICU). With this concept, graduate student Roel Redert wants to make nurses aware of the auditory consequences of their behaviour. As a result, sleeping time for patients and talking time for nurses should be balanced.