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THE EZY TRAY

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Transcript of THE EZY TRAY

THE EZY TRAY
Done By:
Azeem Merchant
Abdul Rauf
Afiq Zuhairi
Background
Information
Expert's
Insights
"Parkinson's patients face problems in eating like spilling food due to tremors and their food getting cold as they take a long time to eat"

-Dr Reshma Merchant
NUH
"Sometimes one of their hands get stiff and they can only carry things with one hand...and they also face problems keeping things they carry from dropping"

-Ms Ai Lee Chin
Parkinson's Society Singapore
The Ezy Tray
Primary
Stakeholders
Parkinson's
Patients
Elderly
Tremor
Patients
Secondary
Stakeholders
Hospitals
Children
Caretakers
1st Prototype
February 2014
2nd Prototype
March 2014
Final Prototype
August 2014
THANK YOU FOR YOUR
ATTENTION

Problem Statement
It would be great if Parkinson's Patients could
manage household items
like plates,bowls,cups and cutlery with a decreased chance of dropping them as well as obtain a
more comfortable eating experience
at the same time

Parkinson's
Patients In Singapore
in the World
VIABILITY
THE EZY
TRAY
FEASIBILITY
DESIRABILITY
FINAL PRODUCT
FEEDBACK
"I really like the EZY Tray because with this tray I can now eat without my food spilling
on the floor and the food that spills can be easily cleaned up. I am also able to carry my plate to the table without it dropping."

-Parkinson's Patient


"It is feasible to build as it has very few components which are easy to obtain and assemble"

-Engineer from Keppel
"I will buy this product as it is cheap so I can
still afford it even though I have spent the
bulk of my money on medication"

-Caretaker
O
Cures
6.3
Million
16000

Acknowledgements
We would like to thank our teacher mentor,
Mr Yeo Puay Hong
, our external mentor,
Ms Wang Pheck Hoon
,our 3M Mentor,
Dr Raj,

PDSS
for all their feedback,
Keppel
for the 3D printing,
3M
for the provision of materials as well as
NUH
for all the feedback given
Plate,cup and
cutlery secure
Sharp
edges

Dangerous
Handles
3rd Prototype
June 2014
Cutlery holder
too deep
Curved
Edges
Cup holder
difficult to
use
Cutlery protruding
at dangerous angle
Plates,cup and cutlery
more secure
Magnets increase
cost too much
Limitations
Cannot prevent liquid
food from falling
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