# 2020



A wearable non invasive device to help reduce stress for those with Sensory Process Disorder

Allay is pair of gloves that uses the principles of acupuncture to calm people with Sensory Processing Disorder in potentially stressful situations. The compressive pair of gloves incorporate a few minor electronics including a vibrating coin motor and a push button which work a small rechargeable battery. Pushing on this specific point activates small vibrations that massage the hands in a subtle way, helping the user to calm themselves in any environment.

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