Revolutionize oral care with the first connected toothbrush!
When it comes to oral care, most people take it for granted. Taking care of one’s teeth is not exciting and most people neglect their oral health, just because they are never really sure of doing the right thing. Tell us what an electrical toothbrush that can connect to the Internet should offer to change your life for the better.
As part of your ideas imagine how this toothbrush could help diagnose potential health problems.
FORMAT: Print (presentations, illustrations, photography, sketches...)
Thanks to the richness of the ideas, we have successfully made interactivity the new vector of innovation for Oral-B.
It opened thousands of opportunities that are now feeding our Initiative Master Plan.
Thank you all for such a creative input!
Actually I did expect winning in this contest; I hope you don’t find me arrogant When I saw the brief, I already have some ideas. So I couldn’t wait to start thinking of the ideas, even when I was in the bathroom. I came up with many ideas especially when I was brushing my teeth. During my creation, I revised my entries for many times and then continued to add in new ideas, it was great fun when creating entry for this contest! I found eYeka two years ago, but I was very busy so I didn’t participate a lot, but I check out the eYeka website almost everyday, it becomes part of my life now. Thank you eYeka for providing such a great platform for us, I am sure we will be more interested in joining the future contests. Lastly, I really hope eYeka can provide winning certificate for the winners, that will be perfect!
I’ve only been a couple of months participating in eYeka and I`m really excited about it. It is a great experience being part of a community as creative as this. There are really good people creating and with a lot of imagination. I come from the real estate advertising world but here you find a wide variety of topics and sectors that helps to develop my creativity skills. As to the contest, it has been very useful for me to observe the attitude of my children about brushing their teeth. I think that to observe is essential in any creative process.
I work in a design collective called "dafox" which aims to make design and communication accessible to all. With the internet and touch screens, a lot of new experimentations are possible, and we want to encourage this experimentation. eYeka is a fabulous playground to experiment new ideas, and in this contest I liked the fact that I could really experiment by adapting game mechanisms to oral care, which is not the most fun chore in our daily life. When I found out that I won, I was surprised and happy because it acknowledges the quality of my ideas, which is always pleasant. I donated all the prize money to a French charity called Reporters Sans Frontières because it's a social cause I deeply care about.