Medical related products

I-Tracker - Carl Zeiss ophthalmic instrument

Edison robot  Ophthalmic microscope
ARID was commissioned to research and recommend a methodology to enable objective assessment of
a customer’s eye movements that could be applied to design a tool to help the processes of prescribing
presbiotic lenses. The resulting i-Tracker was awarded the Design Institute of Australia Award of Merit.

Optic Sans Frontiers - Edison robot expansion pack

Optic Sans Frontiers  Ophthalmic microscope
Design and manufacture of an ophthalmic microscope used during cataract and other eye surgical
procedures. The product is manufactured in South Australasia and exported around the world.

Zhav International dynamic lift - Dynamic face lifter

Zhav International dynamic lift  Dynamic face lifter
The brief was for the design and specification of all mechanical, visual and electronic components for
this micro current and luminant beauty product. ARID has designed and developed all aspects of this
revolutionary product, and has been producing the finished product for 3 years.

Pipette holder - Packaging for TPC in vitro pipettes

Pipette holder  Packaging for TPC in vitro pipettes
Briefed to design protective packaging for the fragile glass pipettes used during in vitro fertilization,
ARID designed a colour coded, single part injection moulded polyethylene container that safely supports
and protects the fragile pipette during all stages of sterilization and transport.

Chois med - Pulse oxygen meter

Chois med (China)   Pulse oxygen meter
Designed and manufactured in China for export to the USA ARID worked with a team of young
designers to bring this idea from concept to reality in 6 weeks.

Teflon Easycare demonstrator - Demonstrator for spectacle lenses

Teflon Easycare demonstrator  Demonstrator for spectacle lenses
The first in a number of lens coating demonstrating products. ARID was required to design and
manufacture this product demonstrator to assist in the promotion of a revolutionary new lens coating.
The product was used worldwide including Paris, London, Sydney and Beijing.