2017 Microsoft Design Expo
"MEMO" is a Hololens Mixed Reality application that delivers customizable cognitive self-treatment for individuals with dementia. It helps people with early stage dementia to receive self-treatment any time in their homes. This application can be initially customized by doctors for each individual user and can track user progress so that doctors could adjust the content to each user's need.
Naichen Yang (Lead UX Researcher)
Yuchi Ma (Interaction Designer)
Yiting Liu (AR Developer)
Xingjian An (UI Designer)
About Microsoft Design Expo
Each year, Microsoft Research sponsors a semester-long class at leading design schools. Students are asked to form interdisciplinary teams to design a user experience prototype that solves a real-world problem.
In 2017, the goal is to design a product, service or solution that demonstrates the value and differentiation of Mixed Reality.