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DANIEL QUIROS INDUSTRIAL DESIGN PORTFOLIO 2018


WELCOME


TABLE OF CONTENTS Dyson Lighting 1.0 & 2.0

SolidWorks Bike

Multi-use Hanger

Speed Form

Nike Flex-Shinguard Re-design

Galactic Speaker Component Re-design

Curvilinear

Smart Sprinkler

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32-37

38-39

40-47

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DYSON LIGHTING 1.0 Design Language & Forms

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Dyson Lighting 1.0


BRAND RESEARCH Dyson’s philosophy is to continue to push their technology and innovation for the right consumer, making every day tasks easier to accomplish. Dyson has a large number of household products that help the user with their everday tasks, making life more simple and healthier. Selecting the brand Dyson to develop a lighting product is a great fitment to it’s collection in which it can help solve a problem through their design aesthetics and engineering to develop a unique lighting product.

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Dyson Lighting 1.0


MARKET RESEARCH On the market today, there are many lighting products that are very costly, heavy and bulky. There is definitely room for improvement for a better lighting design product, in which the conusmer will find the price to be fitting for their needs. HIGH PRICING

LOW AESTHETICS

HIGH AESTHETICS

LOW PRICING

Dyson Lighting 1.0

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FORM EXPLORATION Exploring the form was very important into connecting the design language for Dyson. The begining stage of phase 1.0 was to focus more on the form and eventually selecting the final design aesthetic. Grabbing elements from Dyson to figure out the form, colors and aesthetics For the refined sketches I put the concepts in a incontext setting on how the light will be benficial for the user

The fInal design fit Dyson’s durable and detachable product 8

Dyson Lighting 1.0


PROCESS During the prototyping phase I was able to understand the functionality of the form and making it ergonomic for the user. The final prototype design had to have a sturdy base and also have a magnectic charging port so it can charge the light tube when not in use. Ultimately the Dyson light tube will be set in a garage.

Dyson Lighting 1.0

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FUNCTIONAL MODEL This was the final direction of the Dyson garage lighting tube base. This all-around design is made to be ergonomic and easy to use. The light tube is powered by a 10 bulb L.E.D puck that generates a powerful light that can light up the most darkest placest in the garage. It’s durable base helps it stay in place and its ergonomically easy to handle or move around.

On/off power button

Battery life indicator

On/off power button charging base

Magnectic charge

Mini-magnets help stick on tool boxes, cars, rails etc 10

Dyson Lighting 1.0


Dyson Lighting 1.0

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DYSON LIGHTING PODS 2.0 Human-Centered Technology

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Dyson Lighting 2.0


FORM EXPLORATION During the 2.0 Ideation phase I kept with the original form and started to add technology features in the sketches and research how this will solve any potential problems in the garage.

Adding portable lighting for the garage was beneficial and works as a safeguard for tasks and reading harmful checmicals

Added a safety technology feature that will help the user in case of an accident in the garage

Final Design

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Dyson Lighting 2.0


PROCESS For the prototyping phase I used the original form and just added small interations on the size of the form, adding lighting tubes, button functions and also vents that can detect harmful chemicals in the garage. The idea is keep the user safe and alert.

INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY

Better lighting?

Ergonomic

Detects harmful chemicals

Portability?

Bright L.E.D.

(antifreeze, acetone, mold,

Magnectic charging?

Conductive charging pods

paint particles, CO, gas, oil

Easy to place & mount?

Easy to mount anywhere

lead dust & bleech)

Smart lighting capabilities?

Charging light indicator

Lighting pods turn red

Chemical detection?

Battery life indicator

to alert user

Dyson Lighting 2.0

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FUNCTIONAL MODEL The final design concept fulfills Dyson line of household products. The everyday user will benefit this product in the garage in which it help use the lighting pods in the most darkest areas, adding great capabilities for mounting on tool boxes, cars, garage door hinges etc. Through the design, the lighting pods add an ergonomic feature where it easy to hold and handle.

On/off L.E.D. power button lighting pods

Light pulses indicating pods are being charged

On/off power button charging base

Hazardous chemical detection vents

Magnectic pods stick on tool boxes, garage door hinges, underneath the car etc

Magnectic charging base for all three pods

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Dyson Lighting 2.0


Dyson Lighting 2.0

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SOLIDWORKS BIKE Urban Cruiser

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Solidworks Bike


PART DESIGN & DETAILS The objective was to design specific parts in SolidWorks using precise measurements to determine the right comfort for the person. The design approach was focused on the bicycle frame, fork, handle bar grips, wheel tires, saddle, seat stay, chain stay, and rear/front drop out plates. The final bike design is assemble together with all the components making sure fitment and function work properly. The materials for the final design of the bike give it a solid look, using red glossy aluminum finish and a durable polish gray aluminum for the seat stay, handle bar and pedals, giving it a flashy urban city vibe.

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Solidworks Bike


Solidworks Bike

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MULTI-USE HANGER Clothing Conveyance

The objective was to create a three dimensional cardboard hanger that will be functional for the everyday user 22

Multi-use Hanger


FORM EXPLORATION During the ideation phase I wanted to explore a hanger that can have multiple compartments specifically for personal items to be secured and also add appeal to the existing hanger.

Inspiration I was inspired by the structure and form of the pyramids along with the leather belt in which display a strong and secured look

Final Design Gentleman’s Hanger

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENTS

During the process phase I was able to test out the strength of the hangers and proportions. Ultimately, I would eventually choose the triangular shaped hanger because of it’s functionality and stabilization. Lastly, testing different sizes was important to ensure the compartment inside the hanger will maintain its weight.

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6

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Folding instructions

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Multi-use Hanger


The final multi- use hanger design was intended for those business men who have a closet full of suits, belts, dress shoes, ties and bow ties. The three dimensional triangle hanger substitutes some of the problems in which the person who has a variety of those items can acutally be placed inside the hanger. Ideally the tie and bow tie fit perfectly inside therefore keeping it secure and dust-free, allowing the user to open the top latch as the hanger unfolds out beautifully.

Multi-use Hanger

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SPEED FORM A Cast-Molding Design

Inspiration

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Speed Form


IDEATION & PROCESS

During the sketching phase my inspiration was a dolphin and comet that represent a sleek looking form that defines speed, agility and aerodynamics. Using sculping clay to finalized my form I was able to cast mold it and sand it down after. Lastly, giving it a high glossy white finish showing off the fast contour lines with it’s ridged fierce lines.

Final Design

Speed Form

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NIKE FLEX-GUARD Ergonomic Re-design

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Nike Flex-guard


PERSONA IDEATION SKETCHES College Soccer Player Name: Romario Hulea Age:21

The main focus on the sketching had to touch base on the issues that need to be improved by adding better comfort, adjustability, durability, and lightweight materials

The problem is that shinguards have been the same for many years and not much has been done to improve its quality. For Romario the ideal Nike shinguard has to have better flexibility and comfort around the front ankle and back heel so it can enhance his performance on the field.

Final Design Nike Flex-guard

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DESIGN THINKING Design thinking began with ergonomic features that will protect the heel, shin, and ankle. This shinguard had to be improved by focusing on the comfort, protection and flexibility so the player can perform better.

TESTING Testing the durability of the prototype. Romario tested the fitment by kicking the ball, running and jumping to assure it was comfortable to wear. Although there were some issues with the ankle support not being to tight so I added a stretchable velcro strap to adjust the fitment better.

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Nike Flex-guard

P R O C E S S


ERGONOMICS Dri-fit compression sleeve Rubber textured guard Flexible velcro strap

Mesh grill shock absorber Thin rubber gel pad Silicone Texture

Overall the ergonomic fitting of the new nike shinguard allowed Romario to perform better on the field. Protection and flexibility was a big factor and with the light weight materials it helped him recover better. Ultimately had a great impact on performance and agility.

Back heel rubber strip Nike Flex-guard

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GALACTIC SPEAKER Component Re-design

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Galactic Speaker


FORM EXPLORATION During the sketching phase I looked at re-designing the existing Amazon Bluetooth Speaker by focusing on a younger audience with a Sci-Fi theme. Ultimately, different forms led to the direction of the final design aesthetic.

Amazon Bluetooth Speaker

Final Design Aesthetic

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Galactic Speaker


PROCESS

Building mock-ups is essential because it helped me determine fitment and size by looking at the existing components. The prototypes are full scale and also had to be refined by adding buttons, part lines and inserts for the speakers.

Galactic Speaker

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DESIGN DETAILS The final speaker adds a galactic theme representing the movement in outer space while playing music. Making the metallic black, blue and chrome grey aesthically appealing and ergonomic for the user.

Power switch, charging usb & aux

The cut-away view show how the components are place inside the body showing both speakers, circuit board, battery and button functions.

Speakerphone calling

4.72”

On/off power button

1 1/2”

Low volume

0.40”

High volume

2.14”

2.5 Watt speakers 4”

1.74”

3.21”

1.35”

3”

Power light

Mini-subwoofers

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Galactic Speaker


Galactic Speaker

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CURVILINEAR A Wooden Design

Inspiration

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Curvilinear


IDEATION & PROCESS

The inspiration from the beta fish and snake show how the continuous lines flow naturally and quick. Sketching smooth curves helped me distinguish fluid lines and adding tension to my sketches. During the model making process I cut several three dimensional models out of white styrofoam and for the final model it was cut out of a block of wood. Lastly, sanding it down smoothly and giving a fine finish.

FInal Design

CURVILINEAR Curvilinear

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SMART SPRINKLER Digital Garden Assistant

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Smart Sprinkler


PERSONA Home Gardener

RESEARCH

On todays market most sprinkler heads are very cheap and dont offer a variety of functions and some end up cracking clogging or filled withcorrosion. There is room for opportunity to design a durable sprinkler that can bring better technology to assist the user in their garden.

Name: Frank Age:72

HIGH PRICING

Frank has a passion for his garden at home. But with the difficulty of standing up and bending over its very hard for Frank to take care his vegetable plants and grass.

HIGH AESTHETICS

LOW AESTHETICS

LOW PRICING

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Smart Sprinkler


FORM EXPLORATION Starting off with the scavenger hunt I came up with several items in which I put together creating three different concepts that resemble a projector, sprinkler and safe comparment. Brainstorming helped me think deeper on the type of environments and audience. Original smart sprinkler idea

Form changed adding dome cap and base

Final Design Aesthetic Smart Sprinkler

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PROTOTYPING During the process for the first phase, I had to focus on the three different enviroments used by the user that help them in assisting in different scenarios. The detail prototype concepts had to be more refined by adding buttons, lighting features as well as functionality. Choosing my final direction for my concept, I went with the smart sprinkler after adding multiple iterations because it touched more on the digital assistant approach for the persona. Afterwards, the smart sprinkler was done in CAD, 3D printed and assembled.

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Smart Sprinkler


STORYBOARD

1) Replaces existing sprinkler and RFID tags are position in the ground to important areas where its needed according to the user

2) Placing sprinklers to desire location (Backyard, Front lawn, Vegetable box) and power up by a solar unit and downloading the Google garden app with Wi-Fi capabilities

3) When downloading the app the user can assign 4) In hot areas where water is restricted, the user the RFID tags to certain vegetable plants, and can get notifications on the app to alert them that grass area to keep his/her garden in a good shape grass/plants are dry and it will turn on sprinkler automatic

5) Thorugh the app the user can get the alert indicating moisture level is very dry and it asks to adjust the motorized sprinkler up/ down or pivot the ball to desire spray target

6) Motorize sprinklers pops up and sprays water to desire location where the plant/grass is dry and give the user an update later in the day on the assumption on water

7) The RFID chip is place all over the garden area and can pin point exact locations on the app and get real time status on the proper function on the sprinkler

8) Throughout the night the user can program its Google sprinkler to detect any motion in the lawn of vegetable garden and lights flash and sound beacon turns on to scare of gophers etc

Smart Sprinkler

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COLOR, MATERIAL & FINISH DESIGN DETAILS The smart sprinkler has a Google android green color that is visible during the day and night that goes well with its rugged body. The sprinkler is injection molded with a black satin finish. The sprinkler is meant to be very durable and water/ slip resistant, and it will not corrode or fade in the sunlight giving the smart sprinkler a playful design in a garden setting.

RFID antena cap reader Built-in WIFI

Google assistant motion night lights

Sound beacon scares off golphers, moles, insects etc.

Motorized box with solar power connectors

Standard sprinkler hole base for pvc piping 3.94

2.86

3.32

R0.83

1.57

Scans garden setting into the cloud

4.96

3.94

90°

TRUE R1.08

RFID scan tag reader

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TRUE R0.14

R0.83

0.98 2.80

3.39

1.38

1.65

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3.94

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SOLIDWORKS Educational Product. For Instructional Use Only.

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Smart Sprinkler

1.44

ITEM NO.

0.87

PART NUMBER

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sprinkler base 3

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Sprinkler 2 Sphere

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Sprinkler 1

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Sprinkler top 4

DESCRIPTION

QTY.

bottom tube of the sprinkler

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Top sphere water spray

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Center sprinkelr tube

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Top hat cover

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360 degree motorized cylinder

Motorized adjustable height


Smart Sprinkler

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Hello everyone! My name is Daniel Quiros and I'm a 2nd year Industrial Design Student @ San Jose State University

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Hello everyone! My name is Daniel Quiros and I'm a 2nd year Industrial Design Student @ San Jose State University

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