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9:15 AM | 14 October 2016
by Adam Oldfield
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The rate of people being diagnosed with alzheimer’s is growing rapidly, with now 1 in 3 seniors dying of this incurable disease. Students from Miami Ad School has an idea to raise awareness.

The rate of people being diagnosed with alzheimer’s is growing rapidly, with now 1 in 3 seniors dying of this incurable disease. This inspired students from Miami Ad School (Jose Antonio Fragoso, Gerardo Saavedra and Emiliano Salmón) to come up with the amazing idea called “ReMind”.

The campaign was inspired by Google Glass and is designed to help those with alzheimer’s and dementia have their memories back. This feature provides face and voice recognition, and it remembers locations, real-time product identification and also gives access to emergency numbers.

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