February 2016

Wearable Week4 | Update Update

1.First test with thermochromic fabric   2. Second test with Arduino Uno, air quality sensor and thermochromic fabric.   3. Third test with Flora, air quality sensor and thermochromic fabric. No video, burnt my…

UX_Design Week4 | seat-back experience

Requirements -Soda (4 types), juice (2 types), coffee, tea water -Sandwich (3 types) -Salad (2 types) -Dressing (4 types) -Snacks (4 types of chips) or nuts or fruit…

Wearable Week3 | Update

1. What is the purpose of the artifact you are designing? A jacket that alerts people of severe air pollution. It could change color in response to the level of the…

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UX Design Week3 | Counting App

Counting Measuring time in ruler. Timer In ancient China, Chinese used some traditional ways to measure time. Such as the time for smoking one pipe, drinking one cup of tea, burning up one joss stick….

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UX Design Week2 | Counting Device

Design a physical object that can sit on a desk that allows a user to count up or down. The target audience is someone who wants to keep a numeric tally and…

AOAC Week2 | App Concept

CONCEPT: An app that can play relaxing ambient sounds. It can help users to concentrate on the work at hand. On the other hand, it can also let them get into a…

Wearable Tech Week2 | Project idea

Material In this project, I’m going to make a coat made of color changing fabric (thermochromic fabric) or thermochromic ink. This fabric  could change color in response to temperature. Requirement The…

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AOAC Week2 | an impressive app

Walkr is a game encourages you to walk more while exploring the boundless galaxy. I have played it everyday for over two years. In the galaxy, I have a spaceship…

Playful Communication | The obliteration room

The obliteration room A Dream I Dreamed is the best exhibition I have ever seen. It showcased a bunch of work by Japanese artist YayoiKusama. The obliteration room is…