The design of the Goober is taken from a lovely creature made of children’s play-dough. The dimples on the device’s surface indicate the movement and signs of a baby in the mother’s womb. This device monitors all vital signs of the baby and important factors of the environment (heart rate, atrial and arrhythmia problems, blood oxygen, body and ambient temperature, light, sound and humidity, the amount of sleep based on the baby's age and reminds the time of medications and dosage, announces sound and light alerts on the device and application) and in case of abnormalities, alerts parents.
Nima Bavardi was born in Tabriz,Iran. He grew up in a family with distinct taste in art.He has a passion for designing products which people use in daily life. He believes a good design should be easy to interact with and easy to understand to be loved. He considers the emotional connection between the product and its user, a key factor which followed by aesthetics, ergonomics, usability and functionality defines a good design. This is the perspective which forms his manifest as an industrial designer.
A'Design Award, The LIT Award, The Asia Prize, IDA, European Product Design Award, The GIT, Azerbaijan Design Award, The Architecture Masterprize, IDIRAN, London International Creative Competition (LICC), The Loop Design Award.