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#2 Shared Sleeper Pillow

For overnight flights. Instead of avoiding falling asleep on the person next to you, help to prop each other up!

#6 Hand Holders

Thick fingerless gloves with memory foam padded palms for sincere but less intimate hand holding.

#8 Sit Still Shrug

Like a weighted vest. Has the feel of a lead x-ray vest. Gets two to settle down and breathe.

#10 Eyebrow Extender

Facial expression extension technology. Serves to amplify messages delivered via visage.

#12 Cuddle Tech

Line of clothing and implements to interact with digital communication [empathetic email, snuggle for Skype conversations, cradle for phone conversations with your child, a fluffy collar for your private conversation with your loved one] I imagine these devices as assistive design pieces which would not necessarily incorporate technology but reimagine how you interact with the device through which you communicate with people. Could an email sending sympathy be more meaningful if you were able to embrace the computer as you sent it?

#32 Footsie Full

Communal tables designed with “traps” so as to direct people at the tables into nudging each other as they position themselve.

#35 Plur-umbrella:

Free to use umbrellas that can only be held open by two individuals.

#36 Hug Wings

Enveloping sleeves - help the other person to feel safe

Prototype

#37 Eye Contact Maintainer

A physical structure enable two people to extend their shared gaze

#46 Tea Room.

A pair of wearable overcoats that can connect to each other to create a private space with desired ambiance. (Light + Sound)

#62 Stripables

Garments that have removable or additional parts that can be shared with those that need them. (For extra warmth etc.)

#70 Collective Spirometer

A device that incentives a group of people to breathe deeply in unison.

#79 Cross Condo Body Language

A high visibility suit specifically designed to communicate across condo balconies to people in nearby condos.

#112 Knee-to-Knee

Pants with velcro that allows people to attach at the knees.

Prototype

#113 Intimacy Tentacles

Physical, visual indicator that two people are locked in an intimate exchange and should not be disrupted.

#115 Extenda-bench

A bench that automatically elongates to accommodate additional people without seating.

#117 Embracer Suit

Suits covered in velcro to allow for prolonged secure embracing.