Team: Haley Webbert, Eric Piepmeier, Christian Ramos, Neha Mayes, Michelle Sullivan, Scott Dooley
For the modern day mother, balancing the needs of providing nourishment for a cherished baby while still being able to accomplish daily necessities is quite arduous. Breast feeding is known for qualities of being time consuming and producing resulting feelings of tenderness in the applied bodily region of the giving mother. Though attempts have been made to improve upon usable breast pumps, more development is needed to optimize the performed process.
Lucina, acts as the realized bridge to help mothers with breast feeding while still enabling enough energy and time to work on other desired tasks. This is accomplished through a more travel friendly design, cost effectiveness build, and ability to cater to heat and massaging personalizing for lactation speed and comfortability wants.
The design itself possess: easily connectable collection bottles, control buttons for usage modes and Bluetooth sync, an internal rechargeable battery, pneumatic powered massaging, and a layered comfortable warming surface. For ease of set up, the mother simply needs to slip the breast pump in between the worn bra and the breast at proper orientation.
In revolution of this design concept, Mothers will be granted more liberation than previously experienced from alternative constructs.
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