We create better lives – healthier and more knowledgeable people – using smart feedback and our 3D printed wearable devices. Our first product is coming in January 2016. Stay tuned for more news.
We breathe 15 to 25 thousand times per day. When these breaths are too shallow, or too fast, we increasingly harm our energy levels, damage our sleep and decrease our decision making abilities. On top of that we make our existing stress levels worse, with all the problems that follow.
Stress and breathing are interconnected in a feedback cycle. When stress increases, breathing gets worse and the body spirals out of control. The good news is that the cycle also works the other way round. When we improve our breathing we decrease stress, increase our energy levels, improve our sleep and make better decisions.
Around the world people use mindfulness exercises, meditation and breathing techniques to get this positive feedback. But habits are difficult to change.
Living in Asian cities is stressful. There’s the commute. There’s stress from family, from work and from being constantly surrounded by tens of millions of fellow urbanites.Our journey started with the awareness that the stress that we were experiencing came down to poor breathing habits.
Our solution: a smart mask that gathers data about a person’s breathing and transform it into meaningful feedback.This feedback can either be seen directly on the mask itself, or on the smart-phone app.
Real time feedback means that the person breathing gets to change their behavior as it happens, rather than just looking at behavior in hindsight. This feedback gives subtle indications to the person breathing that they need to change their breathing patterns. The Sendinaden Smart Mask will be available in January 2016, after a Kickstarter campaign beginning at the end of November 2015.
With light it instantly communicates to the user about the quality of their breathing. The exchangeable HEPA filter cleans the air of particles down to PM2.5. It communicates wirelessly with the accompanying smart-phone app, transmitting data and getting real time analysis that improve your breathing.
Each person’s face is unique, and deserves a unique fit both for comfort and maximum usability. That’s why every mask will 3d printed to maximize usability, comfort and fashion.
Malaysian Chinese with a degree in Economics, Vivian has worked throughout Asia-Pacific in SMEs and Multinationals. Her languages and interpersonal skills make her key to Sendinaden's customer experience testing and operations.
A robotics engineer from ENSTA Bretagne, Nicolas originally comes from Wallis in the South Pacific. Nicolas's experience with modeling for 3d printing and his enthusiasm for product design help him turn Sendinaden's concepts into reality.
Having spent the last 10 years working globally in corporate strategy, mergers & acquisitions and sales, David brings a variety of business experience to Sendinaden. His novel about the future of 3d printing, Complexity Is Free was published in May.
Alaa El Jawad
Also a Robotics Engineer from ENSTA Bretagne, Alaa brings coding and electronics experience to the team. Originally from Lebanon and Cote D'Ivoire he adds diversity to an already diverse team.
At Sendinaden we are always looking for people that are interested in our project. While we are not currently recruiting anything specific, please send your cv and cover letter or portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org
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