Student Designs

AV Cycling Jacket Concept

New technology paradigms often collide with established behavior norms. The AV Cycling Jacket looked at how to increase the detectability, visibility and safety of cyclists by autonomous vehicles as this emerging technology moves toward maturity. The answer is the AV Cycling Jacket Concept, an apparel-based solution. Worn by cyclists, the jacket features integrated machine-readable retro-reflective bar codes that are detectable to AV camera sensors in situations where visibility and correct identification would normally be hindered: at night and in heavy rain, fog or snow.

Designed by: Philip Siwek

Contact: Email | Website

WikiArt

The WikiArt app gives users a brand new experience when searching for artwork. It is building a dictionary of artwork from around the world. The database has a clear visual layout, making navigation easy to learn.

Designed by: Yaman Hu of the School of Visual Arts

Contact: iamyamanhu@gmail.com

Smart Cabin Cart

The Smart Cabin Cart provides flight attendants with convenience through ease of use and information about such things as meals for passengers. This allows airlines to offer higher quality service to travelers.

Designed by: Jae Seung Lee, Jae Hun Lee and Chang Ho Jeong of Keimyung University

Contact: ido4554@naver.com; https://youtu.be/FHSfr7L6F8s

SEESEA: AR Swimming Goggles

SEESEA is an AR-enabled swimming goggle that enables children to explore the myriad forms of life that call the sea home, from a touch pool filled with sea cucumbers and starfish to spectacular reefs. It creates an immersive and live experience of swimming and makes swimming cool and fun for children.

Designed by: Ma Wenbo and Yang Qihang of Moonback Innovation

Contact: mamoonback@foxmail.com; https://www.moonbackdesign.com/

Fit Lighting

Fit Lighting is a versatile lighting solution aimed at providing ideal lighting for different users, contexts and scenarios. Fit Lighting is perfect for any indoor location and is more versatile than other lamps.

Designed by: Clay Simonson of the University of Wisconsin Stout

Contact: claysimonson@gmail.com; www.claysimonson.com

Ellon

Ellon discourages the use of disposable utensils in public dining situations. It limits access to the disposable utensils on the left side, highlights the reusable silverware in the middle and draws attention to the utensil washing device, which is suitable for both the provided silverware and self-carried ones.

Designed by: Xiaoyong Wang and Jie Qian of Pratt Institute

Contact: wxy7788@gmail.comhttps://www.behance.net/gallery/59714243/ellon

DON'T FORGET

Most people have lost small items such as hair bands, coins, clips and rings inside a vacuum cleaner. DON'T FORGET prevents such inconveniences with its easy detachment feature. The mesh-like material captures small items, preventing them from getting sucked in.

Designed by: Him Chan Jang and Ho Jin Lee of Jeonju University

Contact: uninno3489@gmail.com

Bone Marrow Puncture Needle

Utilizing the spiral knob rotation to detect the depth of the bone marrow along with the soft silicone, the Bone Marrow Puncture Needle creates a better and can improve the success of bone marrow punctures.

Designed by: Lin Wang, IDSA, and Minghui Zhu of Sanming University

Contact: 413661732@qq.com

Blue: Clean Water Acquisition System

Blue is a clean water acquisition system designed for users living in disaster zones. The system consists of a 5-gallon water container that houses a mounted cavitation purification pump, hose container strap and transferal mechanism, and an 8-foot-by-8-foot rain collection tarp that transfers collected water to the main container through a hose.

Designed by: Riley Kolbow, Aubrey Richardson, Alex Short and Nicholas Schneider of Iowa State University

Contact: nschneid@iastate.edu

7:25

The design of 7:25 eyewear was inspired by the similar shape of watch frames and eyeglass frames and of watch hands and eyeglass temples. Wood is the primary material supplemented with titanium. The metallic rim serves to both reinforce the wood frame and allow the lenses to be easily changed.

Designed by: Byoengchan Oh, Chihyun Son and Jeonghyeon Nam of COLONS, Seoul National University of Science and Technology and Hongik University

Contact: ohbyoengchan@gmail.com; www.colonseyewear.com

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