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ADDMIT, a system to help recovering alcoholics after their first time in rehabilitation. 

Addiction is a lifelong disease. Since alcoholism is something that lives with you, it must be treated on an everyday basis. When in rehabilitation facilities, specialists can monitor and set up healthy daily schedules for patients, but once they leave they must be proactive in their own sobriety. 

The Addmit system provides intelligent everyday experiences to help recovering alcoholics stay sober for themselves and their loved ones.

This was a group project with wonderful teammates EmilyTammy, and Lars.

Addmit System

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Like most diseases, alcoholism affects not only the addict, but also their loved ones. In some cases these affects are so great that the people closest to them must also get help as well. Another issue alcoholics face along with handling their health problems is that they must also overcome the stigma which comes with the disease. This is a stigma which also often carries over to their loved ones. The Addmit system includes our recovering alcoholic's loved ones to also help them along the road to sobriety. 

      Addmit at home. 

  • projection screen interface 
  • stress relief with foot stomp pad 
  • color feedback to understand stress and trigger patterns

    Addmit on the go. 

  • stress relief foot insole 
  • connects to Addmit mobile app
  • temperature feedback to understand stress and trigger patterns
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