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Qi An | IDUS 748 Industrial Design MA Final Project | Professor Joel Wittcamp | Fall 2016


To the people are living in the air pollution cities.


INTRUDUCTION

Smog is a type of air pollutant. The word “smog� was coined in the early 20th century as a portmanteau of the words smoke and fog to refer to smoky fog.The word was then intended to refer to what was sometimes known as pea soup fog, a familiar and serious problem in London from the 19th century to the mid 20th century. This kind of visible air pollution is composed of nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, ozone, smoke or particulates among others (less visible pollutants include carbon monoxide, CFCs and radioactive sources). Man-made smog is derived from coal emissions, vehicular emissions, industrial emissions, forest and agricultural fires and photochemical reactions of these emissions. Smog is a serious problem in many cities and continues to harm human health.Ground-level ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide are especially harmful for senior citizens, children, and people with heart and lung conditions such as emphysema, bronchitis, and asthma.It can inflame breathing passages, decrease the lungs' working capacity, cause shortness of breath, pain when inhaling deeply, wheezing, and coughing. It can cause eye and nose irritation and it dries out the protective membranes of the nose and throat and interferes with the body's ability to fight infection, increasing susceptibility to illness. Hospital admissions and respiratory deaths often increase during periods when ozone levels are high. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smog


“Psychological and toxic effects of air pollution can lead to psychiatric symptoms, including anxiety and changes in mood, cognition, and behavior. ... Other medical effects of air pollution, such as asthma, can indirectly affect psychological health.” —— NCBI

22.43% Dysphoria

44.87% Fear

82.29%

Depressed


Timeline week 1

research Ideation Mockup 3D modeling Prototype Rendering Packaging Presentation Process Book

week 2

week 3

week 4

week 5

week 6

week 7

week 8

week 9

week 10


Problem Statement

I want to design a comfortable, usable, changeable and fashionable way of a filter air that can help people to deal with the air pollution in a different situation.


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Research


Consumer Research Market Segments: • •

People living in the air pollution cities Outdoor’s activators

Pain points: • • • • • • • •

glasses fog up seal problem communicate storage size too hot make up/hair mess up ears uncomfortable

Attraction Triggers • • • • • •

Easy to use Comfortable to wear No fog up Fashionable and stylish High-tech Easy to communicate


POLLUTION

COUSES

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Gases and Vapours

• Nitrogen Oxides • Sulphur Dioxide • Carbon Monoxide • Low level Ozone • Hydrocarbon Chemicals

These pollutants all require an activated carbon filter media to absorb them.

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Particulates

• Asbestos dust from brake linings • Pollen • Road dust • Black smoke from diesel emissions • Any other material which is solid in nature

Inhalable particulates: are the particles big enough to be trapped within the nasal hairs and the mucous membranes at the back of the throat. Respirable particulates: are the particles that pass beyond the nasal hairs and the mucous membranes of the throat and pass into the lung sacs and subsequent blood barrier. These particulates can carry carcinogenic chemicals used in petrol (benzene, pyrene, etc) to the blood barrier.


+ HEALTH EFFECTS

• Heart and lung conditions: such as emphysema, bronchitis, and asthma. • Breathing passages, decrease the lungs' working capacity, cause shortness of breath, pain when inhaling deeply, wheezing, and coughing. • Eye and nose irritation and it dries out the protective membranes of the nose and throat and interferes with the body's ability to fight infection, increasing susceptibility to illness.


RESPIRATOR TYPES

Half Mask, Dual Cartridge Disposable

Half Mask, Particulate

Half Mask, Dual Cartridge Reusable

Full-Face Dual Cartridge Reusable

Canister Type Gas Mask

Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)

Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)

Continuous Flow Supplied Air Respirator


RESPIRATOR PARTS


Sealing

Valve

Filter

Stripe


+ VALVE

INHALE

EXHALE

3M Coolflow


+FILTER

non woven outer layer • against PM10, fluid resistant

Dust mask filter

meltblown high filtration layer • 95% filtration efficiency

needle punched cotton • against PM 10


Gases and Vapours

PM 10

PM 3.0

PM 2.5

PM 0.3

non woven outer layer • against PM10, fluid resistant


meltblown high filtration layer • 95% filtration efficiency

non woven outer layer • against PM10, fluid resistant


carbon layer • ozone and organic vapors

needle punched cotton • against PM 10


RESPIRATOR CARTRIDGES FILTER


A. non woven outer layer • against PM10, fluid resistant

B.needle punched cotton • against PM 10

C. carbon layer • ozone and organic vapors

D. meltblown high filtration layer • 95% filtration efficiency


+ RESPIRATOR CARTRIDGES TYPES Filter Cartridge

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SEALING

Chemical Cartridge

Combination Cartridge


Benchmarking


Benchmarking


Disposable

INDUSTRIAL RESPIRATORS

INDUSTRIAL RESPIRATORS WITH VALVE

FLAT FOLD RESPIRATORS

WELDING RESPIRATORS

OIL RESISTANT RESPIRATORS

OIL PROOF RESPIRATORS

HEALTH CARE RESPIRATORS


Reusable HALF-FACE RESPIRATORS

FULL-FACE RESPIRATORS

PAINT PROJECT RESPIRATORS


INDUSTRIAL RESPIRATORS

INDUSTRIAL RESPIRATORS WITH VALVE


Moldex Pleated Filter Technology makes it possible to place 260% more filter surface area into an FFP mask. This leads to a noticeable reduction in breathing resistance and increases the intake capacity of aerosols. Advantages of FFP Masks with Pleated Filter Technology: Very low breathing resistance during the whole usage time Easier breathing, higher job performance, less fatigue High durability, low mask consumption


HALF-FACE RESPIRATORS

NORTH® 5500 HALF-FACE RESPIRATORS

FULL-FACE RESPIRATOR

NORTH® 5400 FULL-FACE RESPIRATOR


EV™ MASK

S3V STREETSMART™ MASK

RESPRO® ALLERGY MASK


CITY™ MASK

BANDIT™ SCARF

CINQRO™ MASK

TECHNO™ MASK


Stakeholders

customers

emploryees drivers

runners interviewers

bikers

policemen

students

construction builders excersiers

street cleaners

walkers

tourists vendors

Homeless

visitors


comfortable

lively

Word Bank

fancy smart fashionable convince future

soft

modern

emotion

technology

strong

stylish beautiful

cute

app

easy

clever sustainable

calm

spirit

customized trustworthy fun

unique

accessible youthful

colorful interesting

playful cheerful functional


Survey 9/26/2016

雾霾口罩调研

雾霾口罩调研

1. What is your gender? 您的性别? Mark only one oval.  Male男  Female女 2. What is your age? 您的年龄是? Mark only one oval.  <18  18­30  30­40  40­50  >50 3. What is the highest level of education you have completed? 您的学历是 Mark only one oval.  初中及以下 Did not attend high school  高中、中专、大专 high school  本科 college  研究生及以上 graduate school 4. How is your city's air pollution? 您生活地区的雾霾程度如何? Mark only one oval.  Extremely bad 严重  Very bad 较严重  Moderately bad 一般  Slightly bad 较轻  Very clean 无 5. 您对本地雾霾的关注程度 Mark only one oval.  经常  一般  很少

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1RJFkBxfdoVhvEcLTXvD3PJgjhozusfXwChHUcI8RGkw/edit

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Synthesis


Competitive Mapping Fashion

Easy to communicate

Hard to store

Easy to store

Hard to communicate

Heavy

Light

Old fashion


Trigger Breakdown

Rational

Emotional

Price Sensitivity

Sustainability

Security

Health

convenienceE

rgonomics

Pride of ownership

Self expression


Persona


Persona


Persona


Self actualization

Opportunity

Interactivity


Opportunity Statement

There in an opportunity to re-design the material the shape and the fixture, etc, that the respirator to be more a comfortable, usable, changeable and fashionable can help people easy to communicate when wearing it.


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Key Attractors


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Silicon

Adjustable

Carbonfiber

Fashionable

Plastic

Light

High perceive value

Simple notification

Simple build-up

Store easily

Easy to charge

Easy to wear

Visualized APP

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Story board


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Product Design


Sketches V.1


Sketches V.1


Sketches V.1


Sketches V.1


Sketches V.1


Sketches V.1


Sketches V2


Close

Open

Nasal breathing +Mouth breathing

Nasal breathing


Disposable Filter A Magnets Breathe Lights Velcro Disposable Filter B

Navigation Lights Vibrating Motor Chips Magnets Wireless Battery


Silicon

Adjustable hooks Plastic

Aluminium

Silicon(inside) Plastic(outside)

Adjustable length

Adjustable strap


Access get your phone call Vibrate Navigator

Music Auto-play


â&#x20AC;˘

Nose breathing is the correct and most optimal way to breathe. Nose breathing T2R38 gene that stimulates the nose's bitter receptors that react to chemicals that bacteria use to communicate.

Easy Store


Wireless Charger

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Wireless charger can easily helped the Ruach in charge quickly. The chargerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s form like a hook, you just need to hang the Ruach on the platform.


5

APP Design


Paper Prototype


Interface


6

Product Prototype


Prototype


Prototype


Ruach- Process book  

Ruach- Process book