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Backpack hook Wishbone

Backpack Hook


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Problem Statement

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Backpack hook Wishbone

Backpacks are portable office spaces that contain laptops, books and other important supplies. When taking them to the workplace, (school, office, workshop‌ etc,) they tend to be on the floor, table or chair. What if the workspace is crowded? There is no specified place to keep it easily accessible and out of the way.


Research

During the visual anthropology research, participants were asked to photograph products as they exist in their habitat. They were asked not to organize the area so that we can see how the products exist on a day-to-day basis. When I analyzed the photos, I realized a pattern that tables were being used as a place to put their backpack in order to keep it off the floor. Their reasons were to keep them in plain sight for easy access.

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Research: Brainstorm Flat surfaces Walls

Door knob Screw in

Folding

Tables

Stationary

Doors

Hooks

Where Floors

Chairs Backpack hook Wishbone

Twisting Stairs Clipping Bending

Ceilings

Mobile

Out of the way/ Off the floor

Latching Hook & loop (Velcro)

Door knobs

Keys

Holster

Wallet

Hook

Clothes

Folding Stuff carried

Purse

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Bags Backpacks/ messenger bags Diaper bags

Type Clicking Sliding Turning


Research: Opportunity Matrices A group brainstorm (left) session helped me find different ways of keeping backpacks off the floor. Key words help me with my decision making process. The opportunity matrices (right) reduced the problem found in visual anthropology and brainstorming. Placing competing or similar product on a chart reveals the areas that have not been addressed with other products.

Mobile

Opportunity Exotic familiar

Backpack hook Wishbone

Stationary

Extra

Opportunity

Traditional contemporary

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Fundametal


Ideation

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Backpack hook Wishbone

The goal was to compose different ways of keeping backpacks off the floor, where and how the product can hold the backpack, how it can be portable, and where the product can be stored when not in use. below are images that inspired this project.


Materials & Process The material used in this design would be an aluminum zinc alloy. The aluminum is light weight and pliable. The zinc is added for strength. The process used will be impression-die drop forging. This material will be very strong once the alloy is heat treated. Compared to cast iron, the alloys have better machinability, can be cast to closer tolerances and have a superior as cast surface finish. They also are generally better suited for short production runs and less likely to require protective finishes. These advantages have resulted in substantially reduced production costs for numerous applications.


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Backpack hook Wishbone

How it works 2

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Final Product 1) The articulating arm folds for storage and portability 2) Carabiner style end to hold your backpack 3) With the use of the backpacks gravity, the foot will secure the hook in place.

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Backpack hook Wishbone


Backpack hook Wishbone

The practical uses are numerous; hanging backpacks, purses, bags, groceries, umbrellas or any item that can be hung and that needs to be kept close. It is universal and uses are endless.

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Ergo Water Filter Pitcher

Water Filter Pitcher


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Redesign of Water Filter Pitchers

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Ergo Water Filter Pitcher

Our group set out to redesign the water filter pitchers. We initiated a survey for different configurations of the pitcher of how it is held. We found out that it was easier for the user to pour if the handle was tilted in towards the spout. With the information that was given, we rendered a pitcher that would fit those needs.


Ideation

Further Exploration After the group project, there were some design flaws that would cause problems. I took it upon myself to reconfigure the pitcher. One issue was the filter basket would not fit in the pitcher. With further analysis I came up with a design that alleviated those problems.

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Material Study

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Ergo Water Filter Pitcher

I’ve made different material changes to the pitcher. Too much color made the pitcher appear cheap and child-like. During further development I chose a minimal sets of material in order to make the pitcher look high end.


Top Two types of materials would be used for the top. Plastic (HDPE) will be pressure formed and aluminum (5083) would be superformed.

Water Filtration The Bobble has an activated carbon filter which is super effective at reducing the unpleasant taste and odor of chlorine which may be found in regular municipal tap water.

Ergo Water Filter Pitcher

Pitcher & Filter Basket This two parts are made out of blown soda lime glass and formed into a mold. Glass was chosen for its high perceived value and its decorative quality.

Easy Grip Handle The integrated handle offers a comfortable grip for pouring.

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Cross section of the handle


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Ergo Water Filter Pitcher


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Backpack Solidworks: hookFixie Wishbone Bike

Solidworks: Fixie Bike


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Exploded View

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Backpack Solidworks: hookFixie Wishbone Bike

This project was to design a bike frame in SolidWorks and make it unique. I wanted the top tube to cover more area on the head tube because that section of the frame is where it takes the most stress while riding. This area is where a phenomenally large amount of energy needs to be dispersed because of the impact of the fork and the wheel creates while riding. I made the seat stay triangular and follow the curve of the rear wheel. I also designed customized rear drop outs.


Pesonalizing

This project was to design a bike frame in SolidWorks and make it unique. I wanted the top tube to cover more area on the head tube because that section of the frame is where it takes the most stress while riding. This area is where a phenomenally large amount of energy needs to be dispersed because of the impact of the fork and the wheel creates while riding. I made the seat stay triangular and follow the curve of the rear wheel. I also designed customized rear drop outs.

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1) Triangular seat stay & seat post clamp 2) Personalized �e� logo rear dropout 3) Rectangular style top tube

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Backpack SolidWorks hookFixie Wishbone Bike

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Backpack Solidworks: hookFixie Wishbone Bike


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Flatpack: Rock-n-Rolla

Flatpack: Rock-n-Rolla


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Flatpack: Rock-n-Rolla

Mock-Ups


Flatpack

This project was focus on designing and developing furniture for a child up to six years old. The design was constructed of 2.5’ X 5’ treated plywood, with minimal waste of materials, and can be disassembled for shipping. The use for my design is rocking horse inspired furniture. The design addresses functionality, stability and can easily be moved by a child. I studied how my child interacted with the flatpack. I adjusted the angle of entry and the seat height in order for her seat comfortably. I’ve been asked to make the Rock-N-Rolla for my friends and family. I’ve made two so far.

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Orthographics & Flatpack Cutout

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Flatpack: Rock-n-Rolla

2 ½ ft. x 5 ft. sheet of ½” plywood


Flatpack: Rock-n-Rolla

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Bud Vase

Bud Vase


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Bud Vase

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Bud Vase

The idea was to make a tabletop vase that stands on a flat surface and holds at least a half an inch of water. My design is a thermoformed product that successfully resolves the 2D and 3D elements inherent to this particular manufacturing process. The mold was turned on the lathe but made some simple cuts out on the band saw. In addition to my design I tried something different by incorporating a clear window to see into the vase. Also the vase can hang over an edge. I’ve entered my bud vase design into the Freetech thermoformed part competition in the summer of 2011. It received 2nd place.


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Backpack Rectilinear hook Wishbone

Rectilinear


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Rectilinear

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Backpack Rectilinear hook Wishbone

This project was the study of Dominant, Subdominant and Subordinate. The rectilinear construction creates an asymmetrically balance, well proportioned compositions using only 3 rectilinear forms in perpendicular relationship to one another. The Final composition was machined in wood, and painted flat white. In this first initial project I’ve learned how


Backpack hook Wishbone Jerrold Ancheta | jpancheta@gmail.com


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Backpack Curvilinear hook Wishbone

Curvilinear


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Curvilinear

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Backpack Curvilinear hook Wishbone

In this assignment we explore both two and three dimensional media of design. The goal of this project is to help us understand three dimensional curves and volumes as well as develop our ability to apply rectilinear cross sections to generate complex, curvilinear forms. With this assignment I used koa wood and tung oil finish. My intention was to compose a standing curvilinear that balances. My inspiration was the yoga tree pose and a supermodel that had elegance and attitude.


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BackpackFlashlight hook Wishbone

Flashlight


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BackpackFlashlight hook Wishbone

Sketches & Mock-ups


The goal is to develop a flashlight that is useful (fits a need), usable (comfortable and easy to use) and desirable. It also had to incorporate specific components and batteries. I wanted to design a flashlight that also can be used in self-defense. I noticed that some people would walk at night to their cars and hold their keys between their fingers or had some form of defense attached to their keys. I thought it would be useful to make a hilt-like flashlight that can be used as self defense device. Through my sketches and my mock-ups, I had to figure a way to make the flashlight look aggressive but desirable for the user.

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CO Rocket Car 2

CO2 Rocket Car


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CO2 Car Red Rider

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CO Rocket Car 2

This project was to design a CO2 powered racer. The form of the car would be partially dictated by the CO2 cartridge that powers it, the location of the wire that will guide it, and a cargo space. In addition to the criteria, I laser cut black acrylic wheels instead of the default wheels given to us and I added bearing to the wheels for easy rolling.


Backpack hook Wishbone

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Backpack Typography hook Wishbone

Typography

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RobertBringhurst

is the craft of endowing human language with a durable visual form.


Ensemble Concert:

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Jazz Innovations, Part 1 TH 7:30 pm Location: Brechemin Auditorium

Mozart’s Great Mass in C minor Mozart’s monumental unfinished work comes to life with the combined voices of the Chamber Singers, University Chorale, and University Singers, and the University Symphony, all under the direction of Geoffrey Boers.

A survey of jazz innovations from 1800 to 1930. Ensemble Concert: 2 Jazz Innovations, Part 2 FR Location: Brechemin Auditorium 7:30 pm $5 all tickets

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Jazz innovations continue from 1930 to the present.

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Wind Ensemble, Concert, Symphonic WE & Campus Bands 7:30 pm Location: Meany Theater $10 all tickets

FR Location: Brechemin Auditorium 3:30 pm $5 all tickets Jean-Louis Dulcken, Fortepiano; Marra Thompson, piano

“Continental Divide” Highlights include Ivan Tcherepnin’s “Concerto for Two Continents” for synthesizer and 3 wind symphony, David Stanhope’s “Australian Fantasia,” FR and “Rhapsodie for Viola” by Jean Françaix, with faculty 7:30 pm soloist Melia Watras. Student Recital: Keyboard Debut Series FR Location: Brechemin Auditorium 3:30 pm $5 all tickets

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Eric Cline, piano; Dina Shilleh, piano

Student Recital: Keyboard Debut Series

Ensemble Concert: Brahms By The Dozen: The Two Great String Sextets Location: Meany Theater $10 all tickets

Ensemble Concert: Student Chamber Ensembles

SA Location: Brechemin Auditorium 7:30 pm $5 all tickets

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12 A program of string quartets including Dmitri Shostakovich’s complex but sprightly String Quartet No. 7. SU Opera: Tartuffe

FR Location: Meany Studio 7:30 pm $20 general admission

Guest Artist Recital: Douglas Cleveland, organ Location: Walker-Ames Room 7:30 pm $15 general admission, $10 students/seniors

$15 students/seniors.

Additional Info: A Northwest premiere! Kirke Mechem’s 1980 comic opera, “Tartuffe,” is a fresh look at Molière’s 1660s comedy, “Le Tartuffe ou l’Imposteur,” in which a con artist trying 15 to pass for a holy man is exposed. Performed in English; David WE McDade, conductor; Claudia Zahn, director. An Orchestral Performance Program benefit concert with Glenn 3:30 pm Dicterow, Lisa Kim, Karen Dreyfus, Irene Breslaw,David GeEnsemble Concert: 27 ber, and Julia Lichten. Mallet Head Series: Hammer Jazz TU Location: Brechemin Auditorium Ensemble Concert: 7:30 pm $10 all tickets. 8 Contemporary Group WE Location: Meany Theater Music made with hammers on bars and strings is featured in this 7:30 pm $10 all tickets. 24 jazz concert by faculty members Tom Collier, vibraphone, and Works by Steve Reich and Louis Andriessen areMarc Seales, piano. FRI featured in a concert of minimal music from 7:30 pm the U.S. and Europe.

Douglas Cleveland, director of music at Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, and former Northwestern University faculty member, has performed in 48 states, as well as such international venues as Westminster Abbey, Notre-Dame Cathedral, andThe Moscow Conservatory. Ensemble Concert: University Symphony Location: Meany Theater $10 all tickets Maestro Peter Erös conducts Hindemith’s “Nobilissima Visione,” based upon the life of St. Francis of Assisi; Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 1, Natalya Kalendarev, soloist; and Stravinsky’s “Firebird Suite,” 1919 version.

Typography Backpack hook Wishbone

Ensemble Concert:

Ensemble Concert: Combined Choruses & Symphony

SA Location: Meany Theater 7:30 pm $10 all tickets

$5 all tickets

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The Manhattan Percussion Project: A series of discussions and collaborative performances by New York percussionists Free admission The Alan M. and Joan Taub Ades Performance Space. Concert of works with world premier by Aguilar, and performances by Lang and Ginastera Jeffrey Milarsky, Conductor

Manhattan School of Music 120 Claremont Avenue, For reservations and information: New York, New York www.msmnyc.edu or phone 917-493-4428

120 Claremont Avenue, For reservations and information: New York, New York www.msmnyc.edu or phone 917-493-4428

The Century Gothic face is distinct for its single-storey lowercase a and g. Century Gothic is more closely related to Avant Garde Gothic, designed by Herb Lubalin, and released by the International Typeface Corporation (ITC) in 1970. Century Gothic is similar to ITC Avant Garde in its pure geometry, and does not possess the subtle variation in stroke width found in either Futura or Twentieth Century. However,

it differs from ITC Avant Garde in that Century Gothic does not have a descender on lowercase u (making it appear like a Greek upsilon υ), whereas Avant Garde does. Century Gothic also has larger, rounder tittles on letters such as i and j, whereas Avant Garde keeps the tittles square and the same width as the letter strokes.v

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Manhattan School of Music

Century Gothic is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed for Monotype Imaging in 1991. It is a digital typeface that has never been made into actual foundry type. Century Gothic takes inspiration from Sol Hess’s Twentieth Century, which was drawn between 1937 and 1947 for the Lanston Monotype Company as a version of the successful Futura typeface, but with a larger x-height and more even stroke width.


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Speaker System

Speaker System


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Problem Statement

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Speaker System

This project was to design a powered speaker enclosure that will addresses to my particular persona’s style. The Challenge was to focusing on materials and processes of a low-volume and find different ways that the enclosure can be designed.


Persona

Name: Neil Age:34 Occupation: stucurtal engineer Hobbies: Winter Sports, Marathons, Sport fanatic Family: Married 7+ years; 2 kids This is a person who enjoys his free time running outdoors. But when he is at home, he loves to entertain his family and friends. He is a trendy person and loves all the new tech equipment. His style is simple but sporty.

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Speaker System

Sketch Explorations


Final 3 Concept Renderings

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Low-Volume Renderings

ErgoSpeaker Water Filter System Pitcher

1. Volume control 2. CNC aluminum grill with a hexagonal pattern and anodized logo grill 3. CNC rear panel and connector

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Low-Volume Bill of Materials In my low volume production, I relied on high cost to produce a higher level of detail by using CNC to produce an attractive speaker grill and rear panel. The use of Reaction Injection Mold is similar to injection molding method but the tooling cost less and it takes a little longer to produce.

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Speaker System

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$30,519 159.43 per unit PUR: $33.78 per Kg 159.43 per unit

Materials Aluminum Polyurethane Resin Aluminum

1 30,519 $159 $33.78 159.43 30,872

10 3051.9 $159 $33.78 159.43 3404.54

100 305.19 $159 $33.78 159.43 657.83

Manufacturing Process CNC injection molding CNC

500 61.03 $159 $33.78 159.43 413.67

1000 30.52 $159 $33.78 159.43 383.16

10000 3.05 $159 $33.78 159.43 355.69

Finish Anodized glossy finish Anodized

50000 0.61 $159 $33.78 159.43 353.25

100000 0.31 $159 $33.78 159.43 352.95

Size 9.4x9.4x.55 270.87 cubic inches 9.4x9.4x.55 13/32x7/8 4-40 #1Drive 500000 0.06 $159 $33.78 159.43 352.7

1000000 0.03 $159 $33.78 159.43 352.67

Quanity 1 1 1 4 4

Tooling $80,147

part cost 159.43 per unit PUR: $33.78 per kg 159.43 per unit 0.4 1

This is the ideal price point because at every 10,000, the low-volume version of my speakers is at an appropriate profit. I won’t save as much and afterwards retooling will be involved for RIM.

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Low volume tooling Speaker Grill Speaker Box Back Panel

Part Name Speaker Grill Speaker Box Back Panel Rubber Feet phillips screws


High-Volume Renderings

Speaker System

1. Screw driver slots for accessing the internal compontents 2. Perforated sheet metal and screen printed logo 3. Plastic injected hexagon patterned back panel and rear connector

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High-Volume Bill of Materials High production runs rely on low part cost and the ability to quickly produce the product and with little or no secondary operations to stay profitable. The use of injection mold process is the ideal process for the enclosure. Round perforated sheet metal is stamped for cost efficiency for the cover.

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Speaker System

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Part Name Speaker Grill Upper Speaker Lower Speaker Rubber Feet phillips screws

$80,147 $96,632 6.33 $3 0.29 x 4 .10 x 4

Manufacturing Process injection molding injection molding

Finish screen printed logo glossy finish glossy finish

Size 9.4x9.4x.55

13/32x7/8 4-40 #1Drive 1 $80,147 $96,632 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 $176,790

10 8014.7 9663.2 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 17688.81

100 801.47 966.32 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 1778.7

1000 80.1 96.63 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 187.64

10000 8.01 9.66 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 28.58

50000 1.6 1.93 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 14.44

100000 0.8 0.97 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 12.68

1000000 0.08 0.1 6.33 $3 $1 0.4 11.09

Quanity 1 1 1 4 4

Tooling $80,147 $96,632

price $3 $80,147 $96,632 0.4 1

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High volume upper tooling Lower tooling PC Speaker Grill Stailess steel phillips screw Rubber Feet

Materials Aluminum Polycarbonate Polycarbonate


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Speaker System


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Caltrain User Interface Display


Backpack hook Wishbone

Ergonomic Group Project: Jerry Ancheta, Brian Au, Leon Chen, Chi Fan Lin, Amanda Spivey

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Train to Airport Description

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Caltrain User Interface Display

Intent: • To personify daily train transit user • Experience train, station and ticketing environments • List observable events and obstacles • Document the way existing devices and mechanisms are utilized • Question/Analyze/Critique opportunity areas that can create an ideal train ride experience

Goal: • Ease the user and process of train transit • Understand the decision factors which led to current designs • Promote the use of public trains as public transportation


Obstacles Encountered • • • • • •

Small luggage area-specific area Small compartment under the seat similar to airplanes Differing ticket kiosk programs bring transfers to a halt Identifying transfer trains Finding transfer stops Weather/destination changes

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UI Display Ideations

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We observed many layouts of maps and commercial displays to help develop an interface that made sense. We listed what was useful material for the user and what needed to be on the display. Afterwards we sketched layouts on how the information would be read on the display.

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Final Direction


Final UI Display

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Explanatory

We found it necessary to place the bigger monitors in front and back of the train. This gives the passenger easy viewing when walking through the aisle. We included six additional monitors, (three one each side,) for “status at a glance�. 2x 32inch LCD Monitors

Caltrain User Interface Display

Global Positioning System

3x 15 inch LCD Monitors

7.5 FT 5 FT

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32 FT


Caltrain User Interface

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Backpack Inside Outhook Project: Wishbone Fan

Inside Out Project: Fan


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Problem Statement

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Backpack Inside Outhook Project: Wishbone Fan

Designing a mechanism that pushes or pulls air through an interior space. My challenge with this project is to create a product that shows its internal mechanisms on the outside and make it alluring.


Reasearch SWOT Analysis Strengths: help save costs on energy make a room feel cooler speed control decorative touch to a room

Weaknesses: difficult to install drys out eyes cleaning of dust from blades

Threats: central heating air conditioners floor fans

Backpack Wishbone Inside Outhook Project: Fan

Opportunities: changeable color blades for mood

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Mind Mapping

From the mind map I’ve learned that the fan should not be an orthodox style of fan and should reflect mimic how the wind blows.

Blended sensors Temperature sensitive flexible sheets

Ground

Motion control

Neutral Glass

Fan power

Climate control Materials

Aluminum

Light power Wiring

Zinc alloy

Easy button location

Reverse switch

Down rod

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Mounting brackets

Function

Circulating air

Polyamides

Blades

On/off switch Light indicators

Cools down people

Remote control Light switch

Blade arms Transfers the magnetic energy from the stator.

Capacitor

Pull chains

Ceiling fan

Switch Inside out

Ergonomics

Human factor

Blowing air with lips Passing gas Bellow

Air conditioner Stationary bike

Rotor

Asethetics

Centrifugal fan

Energy efficent

Bearings

Stove vent

Moving air through a space

Motorized electronics

Vaccum Motor cover

Adjectives

Hand dryers

Noisy

Hair dryer

Mechanical Slick

Fast Whimsical

User

Relaxation

Kitchen Ceiling

Enviromental

Tables Why

Types of movement

Rotary

Convective Coand effect

Busy person Techie

Futuristic

Bathroom

Uncommon fans

Feng shui Balanced

Bedroom Where is it used?

Where in the room can it be placed Blower

Aerodynamic

Living room

Sustainability

Zen

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Open window on opposite sides of room

What is it?

Floor fan

Motor

Stator

Hand fan

Speed control

User interface

Decorative housing

Breakdown

Light housing

Does not cool down air

Technology Provides lighting

Linear

Electrostatic

Circulates heated air in room

Have a breeze through the room

Walls Corners of room Windows Doors


Inspirational Images A lot of my inspiration came from how wind effect nature, and the way humans use it to propel them through space. The result is a dynamic form, which derives its action fom oscilation not from rotation like other fans.

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Initial Sketches

I had to change the idea of a fan and asked the question, “How do i move air in an interior space?� water powered fan

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Backpack Inside Outhook Project: Wishbone Fan

regular looking fans

Airzooka Biomimicry of wind

analogy of children parachute

awning inspired

simulation of a humming bird

inspired by Ciclotte stationary bike

Final Direction


Final 3 Directions

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Backpack Inside Outhook Project: Wishbone Fan

Ideation


Mock-ups

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Exploded View

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Top Base and Bearing

Wall Mounting Brackets

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Middle Base Helps to stabilize crankshaft

20 rpm Gearmotor Eliminate the need for belts, chains, and other speed reducers, the gearmotors are provide precise, constant speed for timing and positioning.


Backpack hook Wishbone Jerrold Ancheta | jpancheta@gmail.com


Jerrold Ancheta | jpancheta@gmail.com

Children Luggage

Children’s Luggage


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Product Brief

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Children Luggage

New parents are an exciting demographic to design for. Their lives change dramatically in many ways and with that they face new challenges. There are many opportunities to design products to assist parents during this process of adaptation. Among the new challenges parts face are: Transporting children Carrying children’s items Transporting food Protecting children Finding a place on the go to play, eat and sleep There are many other challenges we expect you to uncover through your research. you will spend time getting to know this demographic and doing research in a small teams and then develop focus area for your own individual project.


Interviews Michelle Occupation: Engineer Status: Married Lives: Mountain View Drives: Toyota 4runner, LR2 Landrover Kids: 6 yr. old, 2 yr. old Weekend: Carries backpack for items: extra clothes, diapers, wipes, snacks, water bottles and toys Needs: A luggage for the husband that traveling a lot and that the children can use.

Children Luggage

Michael Occupation: Human Resource Manager Status: Married Lives: Gilroy Drives: Honda Accord Kids: 7yr old, 3 yr. old, 7 month old Weekend: Diaper bag with bottles, diapers, food, extra clothes, blankets, wipes, diaper cream, and toys Needs: a bag that can pass as a regular bag, not a diaper bag.

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Jerrold Ancheta | jpancheta@gmail.com

Children Luggage


Persona

Name: Meshell & Neil Age:34 Occupation: Engineer & IT Hobbies: Shopping, Winter Sports, Marathons Aesthetics: CAR: Toyota 4runner, Range Rover Family: Married 7+ years; 2 kids 6 year old and 2 year old.

Children Luggage

Meshell & Neil daily routine: Before Meshell goes to work, she would drop off her 6 year old at school and drops off the two year old at her parents’ house. Neil takes business trips every other week. They take their kids everywhere they go. Family is everything to them. Every weekend they do some sort of family activity together. Neil is very efficient. He makes sure that they only bring the necessities when they go on trips.

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Jerrold Ancheta | jpancheta@gmail.com

Children Luggage

Initial Ideation


Final Concept My final concept was for the business parent. The luggage can be used when the parent is on business trips but transforms into a ride to lug their child around.

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Lugg Features

Children Luggage

molded grips

integrated padded seat

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Retractable pull cord

gel wheels


Children Luggage

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Jerrold Ancheta | jpancheta@gmail.com

Children Luggage


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