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EUNJI JUNG Industrial Design 2018


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ABOUT ME For me family is the most important and then comes good food and great company. My motto is “If you are physically able, help others.�

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CONTENTS

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BLACK & DECKER JUICER RE-DESIGN Reverse engineering of the Black & Decker juicer to learn of its components and CAD.

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UWAZI Non-damging portable wall shelf for those who travel and move often.

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ANUWAI Lights that consider the cyrcadian cycle.

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HAKI TU Diaper bag that expands and contracts based on your needs.

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KIMYA Designing for wellness over entertainment. Sound cancelling wearable without blocking your ear canal.


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BLACK & DECKER JUICER RE-DESIGN Through user experience, we discovered what we liked and did not like about the juicer. Through reverse engineering we learned about its components, and we then re-designed it.

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IDEATION AND DISCOVERY The juicer felt very flimsy from the start. The ream was too big, and it was extremely hard to get any juice. Twelve oranges later there was only 250ml of juice.

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The lid was extremely bulky and served no purpose other than for travelling, but the juicer itself was not meant for travelling.

The holes on the strainer were too big, thus the pulp would go through.

Handle was too bulky for those with smaller hands.

Overall, container shape was hard to clean throughly.

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REMODELED VERSION The main difference is the shape of the juicer, which allows the user to comfortably grab from the top and fit to any hand. In the new version, the lid was eliminated and the shape of the streamers were changed to eyedrop shapes in order to catch the pulp. The cone reamer was made smaller, but stronger and sharper.

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UWAZI A portable shelf that does not damage your wall. Uwazi incorporates friction and gravity to hold up your things, maximizing wall space and minimizing floor space.

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65%

of Millennials rent apartments

ownership is in WHILE home decline

85%

of millenials move apartments every year

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3 MILLENNIAL RENTING PROBLEMS NOT BEING ABLE TO MOUNT ANYTHING TO AVOID DAMAGE FEE TAKING UP TOO MUCH SPACE

NOT PORTABLE ENOUGH The aim was to create a product that was light and compact enough for travel yet sturdy enough to hold a lot on the wall, at the same time preventing any damange.

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MARKET RESEARCH

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Very aesthetic yet flimsy and heavy. Not meant to be taken apart and travelled with.

It takes less space and is strong yet not portable.

Strong and takes very little space yet damaging to the wall as it requires mounting.

Flimsy and not aesthetically pleasing.

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IDEATION PROCESS

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Similar to having two bike rods the shelve would be held by the power of friction anwd gravity. I discovered that I would have to move into the prototyping phase to really understand how much this shelves could withstand and what are the material choices I would have to make so that the shelves would work.

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PROTOTYPING

Although the shelve stood it was unable to take up much weight

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The inside structure of the shelve would allow it to roll and portable.

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DISCOVERY I realized just how much material affects the overall design aspect of the product. I wish to model this with the actual materials to know if more about its components rather than just reading about it.

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ANUWAI Creating a track lighting for Juno Lighting group based in Chicago. Anuwai is a track light that considers the circadian rhythm, changing the intensity and color of light based on the time of day.

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LIGHT IMPACT

Enabling performance of visual tasks Controlling the body’s circadian system Affecting mood and perception Facilitating direct absorption of critical chemical Reactions within the body

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MARKET RESEARCH

LED lights must due durablity a consump energ

Track lighting allows for easy replacement and movement

Various d available fro to long nec on how you light to be d

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s are a e to its and low ption of gy

Ability to stay on 24/7

designs om short ck, based want the distrubted

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IDEATION

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PROTOTYPING

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Rendering

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HAKITU A diaper bag that expands and contracts based on the child’s growth, the number of children in a household and the length of travel.

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Target Audience Recent mothers from the ages thirty to forty, living in the suburbs of Chicago who love traveling with their child or are expecting more than one child in the family.

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MARKET RESEARCH For the sake of this project there were three categories that was researched upon. The first one being baby durables and getting more specific into backpacks and finally into diaper bags. One key thing that I notices was that in the market a lot of the diaper bags were essentially backpacks with water resistant lining.

Essentially a messenger bag but with a lot of compartments on the outside and water resistant material both inside and outside, extremely light weight.

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Convertible but onl very uncomfortable of the most popular feminine and “cute�


ly has one pocket and e. Unfortunately one r ones due to how � it is.

Contains a lot of pockets both outside and inside, also comes with a changing pad, but one of the least popular due to it not being aesthetically pleasing. 40


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Very feminine design, not meant for a dad.

Handle is pretty but uncomfortable to hold, due to it being too riding, it is also hard to used it as a messenger bag as it gets in the way.

Material that is e also very rid and more.

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with a changing pad but it does ome attached thus is not easily ibble. Takes up space in the bag.

Adjustable and detachable straps, Not convertible

Many outside compartments both outside and inside.

easy to clean but it is d hard to expand or add

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EXISTING PRODUCT

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SURVEYS Have you ever had Children?

How many Pockets does y

What style of diaper bag do you own?

Do you carry an extra bag your personal item?

What is the reason for choosing your diaper bag?

Do you use your diaper ba

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your diaper bag have?

g with the diaper bag for

ag for other reasons?

What are some areas of the diaper bag you find uncomfortable? • Backpack straps too short, mom has no problem using but dad cannot use the backpack just carry it. • Gets really heavy and uncomfortable real fast • Bulky • Weight does not distribute evenly • Handles are not as nice to hold • Material wears down easy • Straps get twisted often • Gets dirty easily • Too big to carry What do you put in your diaper bag? 1-3 bottles, formula dispenser, burp cloth, changing pad, 3-4 diapers, wipes, diaper rash cream, change of clothes for baby, pacifier and clip, ziplocks and wet abg for dirty diapers/ clothes, bulb syringe, baby nail clippers, toddler hat, toddler snacks, sunscreen, small baby lotion, pens, mommy chapstick, keys, cell phone, wallet, sunglasses, for mom and toddler, small bottle with tylenol, kleenex, toddle toile stuff.

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PROCESS The Diaper bag would turn into a backpack for when more weight and product is placed inside to distribute the weight a lot more evenly. The bag can be used as a one shoulder if wanted. 47


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PAPER AND LOW FIDELITY

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14”

Side 8”

Front

14”

Side 14” 8”

16” 16”

Bottom Back

9”

14”

16”

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FINAL MODEL

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WHAT I LEARNED Although the colour of the product is what I wanted, the material was not what I originally wanted. Looking foward to making another prototype with the actual material. Working more on the inside pockets hide the handles.

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KIMYA sound cancelling wearable without the need of blocking your ear canal. Kimya considers the wellness and comfort before anything else. The minimalistic design allows for easy understanding and use.

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NOISE RELATED CONCERN

Cardio Vascular Disease Environmental noise [loud traffic] linked to various cardiovascular effects including high blood pressure, hypertension, heart disease. Cognitive Impairment Poor cognitive development in children Sleep Disturbance Immediate effect: awakening or sleep- stage change After effect: issues with day time productivity Long-term: chronic sleep problems Annoyance/ stress Negative moods and emotions, fatigue stomache ache Hearing Problems Tinnitus

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PROBLEM Constant Noise ( City Noise)

AIRPLANES

TRUCKS

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CONSTRUCTION

TRAFFIC

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TARGET AUDIENCE City Dwellers

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DEVELOPMENT STAGE Based on the two types of sound canceling [Active and Passive] I had the chance of creating a sound canceling wearable that focused more or a different approach to creating a smaller device that focused more not eh engineering side.

Go Big or go Home

The smaller the Better

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EXISTING PRODUCTS At first I planned on using bone condution headphones to creative the opposite sound for noise cancellation.

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EXPERT’S FEEDBACK SHENG SHEN -Fourth year Ph. D Student -Department of ECE -Working with prof. ROmit Roy Choudhury on soundcancelling devices.

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Shen taught me the basics of sound cancelling and how using bone conduction would not work as you would hear the sound first before it even got the chance to make the anti sound therefore he recommended designing the speaker closest to the ear canal.

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PROTOTYPING

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COMPONENTS

DSP Microphone Speakers Battery Motors Dual Optical censor and Accelerometers

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THANK YOU ejung96@outlook.com (217)778-7540 Champaign Il, 61820

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