Echo 655T is a biotech system offering revolutionary liquid handling using sound energy to precisely affect liquids. After developing the overall brand language of Labcyte on an earlier system development program called the Access DRS, our team extended that language to this new system based on our client's unique functionality.
Liqui-Box creates machines that package liquid products like soda syrup, soft serve and wine into a bag within a box. The paramount goal and challenge in our industrial design effort was that this new product would define a new striking company brand language launch all Liqui-Box future product-line styling. They challenged us to design this new machinery guarding to emote a feeling of being advanced, intuitive, reliable, clean, responsive, and fast while allowing for design longevity.
While design is very important, Liqui-Box also needed innovative engineering to revamp their automated bag-strip filling and boxing machines for a global market so they entrusted Studio Red with the challenging task of creating this complex machinery as modular, configurable and work-flow-optimized while being quick to set up and easy to change over.
Back in 1996, StudioRed helped design one of the very first mass-produced VR systems for Virtuality. Fast forward 22 years, and virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality are part of a multibillion dollar industry. StudioRed took this opportunity to study and understand the current state of the industry and learn more about the user’s side including things like painpoints and interaction points.
Innovative Use of Mobile Technology
UX, Interface & Navigation
FlashCard is a design and engineering challenge of compactness that truly follows the the ThinOptics mantra of being ultra-thin. Many materials, treatments, constructions, mechanisms and assembly methods were considered before StudioRed quickly delivered this optimal and customizable design that appears simple and intuitive to the user.
The OpenCellular is an open source, "wireless access platform" designed to drive down the cost of setting up cellular networks in places where it has been traditionally difficult to do so. The system is designed to provide the tools to set up a complete network, from the physical equipment to the software that runs it.
The Access Dual Robot System (DRS) is praised as "The New Sound of Sample Management". It is a compact, modular, high-capacity, and high-throughput platform, designed and optimized for the use of Echo Liquid Handlers in sample management workflows. It is the only automation platform on the market compatible with the Echo 655T Liquid Handler, enabling the production of assay-ready plates from acoustic sample tubes. The system combines industry-leading devices and software with ergonomic and environment management options to provide a complete, easy-to-use, store-to-assay sample management solution.