innovating for autism.
making a hydration cannon.
disrupting the norm.
having a vision.
thinking about the future.
initiated at the Royal College of Art & Imperial College, London
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This prototype is the result of a 3 week solo experimental project exploring mechanical and electrical products and components.I have always been interested in photography, especially, manual photography and the reveal when collecting or processing your own photos, not knowing the result until you have them in your hands.
Many generations before us have hundreds if not thousands of photos in albums, 6×4 next to 6×4. With a rise of digital collections, sharing photos and moments online, I sought out a product that can quickly and effectively scan a batch of your old photos into a digital form.
The Roller Scanner is the outcome of 3 weeks of tinkering, prototyping and hacking with no previous experience. A great exercise in thinking through making.
An affordable service that transforms under-utilised space in London through our modular building blocks to enable graduates to live collaboratively.
KUMO is made of 2 core components: an online system and a modular product. The KUMO bricks have many of the home essentials integrated into them from heating and lighting to ventilation and power.
A service that encourages people living in care homes out of individual isolation, and into social group environments. This is facilitated through short virtual scenarios reflecting life events.
The activity setup comprises of an Oculus Rift VR Headset, a pair of headphones and modified motion-sensing controllers. These therapeutic activities empower individuals to gain confidence, build self-esteem and provide a novel way to keep the mind and body active.
Hydra is a liquid distribution system that swiftly and accurately delivers hydration whenever and wherever it is needed in play. The Hydra cannon launches pre-filled, biodegradable spheres containing the precise amount of water and electrolytes needed for intense sport sessions where windows for rehydration are few and far between.
A short 2 week project to conceptualise, prototype and manufacture 9 identical products.
Our brief was to envision what an apple fly swatter would look like.
Comprised of a milled and lathed brushed aluminium handle and a lasercut polypropylene handle, we have created the first apple fly swatter.
Creating 9 identical pieces in such a short timeframe was a great exercise in batch manufacture and the challenges brought up in quality control.
The exercise developed skills in the metal workshop in keeping to a low tolerance between components and a high quality finish to the fabrication of them.
The outcome is a sleek, ornamental and functional piece inspired by apples aesthetics.
Stimulative texture based toys for non-verbal autistic children.
Under the surface of the toys are pressure sensors fabricated to the textures. Once touched, stroked, gripped or any other physical action, the data is recorded and fed in to a visual graph indicating the interaction with that particular texture.
The products purpose is to aid parents in the material choice of their children's toys, bedding, carpet, curtain and clothing.