For a long time, brain-data assessments devices fell into one of two categories. They were either too big and expensive or too small and rudimentary. Everest (now BrainScope) sought to change this. They envisioned a handheld brain-state assessment device that was compact, yet powerful. So, they asked HLB to conceive a game-changing experience.
Our driving consideration behind the design innovation for SNAP II was simplicity with function. We designed a user interface to provide maximize readability with a color touch screen and minimized controls to make navigation easy. A special set of electrodes was created that clearly illustrates the steps to placement.
SNAP II immediately became the industry’s premier monitoring instrument to assess level of consciousness. This is the power of combining the vision of a good idea with the experience to get it done.