I often hear a statement that goes something like, “The older people are, the more pills they’ll need to take.” This isn’t necessarily true, but it’s undeniable that with age comes a lot of health complications.
The more pills you have to deal with, the harder it is to keep track of them. This is where gadgets like the Memo Pill Box comes in. It’s basically a pill box with color-coded compartments that can be stacked up. Certain pills go in one color, while the others go in the other layers.
And when it’s time to pop a pill, a bright LED light will blink to remind the patient, indicating which colored compartment you need to take your pills from. It would also come with software that your doctor could use to program your dosing schedule into.
The Memo Pill Box is a concept design by Jules Toulemonde, and there’s no word if it’ll actually be produced at some point.
[via Yanko Design]