Wearable Memo

WEMO (Wearable Memo) gets inspiration from the fact that nurses frequently take notes directly on their hands. It’s a silicon band designed to be written on with a permanent marker for use in the medical and manufacturing fields.

Designed by Tokyo based Kenma. During their research, they found that the need for wearable memos isn’t only within the medical field but also in the wide range of front line sites, such as disaster sites, agricultural and fishery production sites, manufacturing and construction sites. “We have designed this silicon band to wear on the arm which aims to fulfill the motto, “anytime, anywhere, writable, rememberable”, to ensure hard work at these work sites. This product can be written on with a permanent marker and can be erased by rubbing with a finger or using an eraser. It can be used as many times as you like, and it will not disappear even if it gets wet. You can even wash your hands or work underwater while wearing it.”

By Kristina de Verdier On 23 January, 2018