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Message from the Dean Professor Alec Tzannes Dean UNSW Built Environment I congratulate all the students who have completed their degree at UNSW Built Environment and now become our alumni. This catalogue conveys through selected study themes and projects from our final year studios something about the unique student experience at UNSW Built Environment along with the outstanding skills of our students and academic staff. UNSW Built Environment is a knowledge leader in the design, delivery and management of the C21st city and its elements. Our research is directly relevant to the development of knowledge within built environment professions and underpins our curriculum. Embedded in the curriculum are core values centered on the thinking and practices required to deliver sustainable urban environments of deep cultural value. Design education in all of its forms, including evidence-based design processes is at the centre of our degrees. This is complemented by the development of discipline knowledge with interdisciplinary design and research orientated projects.

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These projects align with advanced contemporary practices in industry, ensuring that as graduating students you are at the forefront of the built environment professions as innovators and leaders. This year celebrated the establishment of our new school structure comprising ASA+D, the Australian School of Architecture and Design, and AGSU, the Australian Graduate School of Urbanism. ASA+D is the most comprehensive built environment school in Australia with a complete range of undergraduate and postgraduate professional degrees. ASA+D’s sister school, AGSU, is tailored to post-professional study. AGSU is the research engine of the Faculty and was created to fill the gap in the number of leading thinkers on urban issues. This is an exciting time to be part of the UNSW Built Environment community. I wish every graduate a successful and satisfying career. In many respects, our relationship is just beginning. As you travel the world through your work you will meet many alumni and make special bonds of lasting value. We look forward to your ongoing participation in the life of our university and the mutual benefits this brings.


“ I WISH EVERY GRADUATE A SUCCESSFUL AND SATISFYING CAREER. IN MANY RESPECTS, OUR RELATIONSHIP IS JUST BEGINNING. AS YOU TRAVEL THE WORLD THROUGH YOUR WORK YOU WILL MEET MANY ALUMNI AND MAKE SPECIAL BONDS OF LASTING VALUE.”

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Message from the Program Director Stephen Ward

This 2013 collection of final year Bachelor of Industrial Design (BID) student projects illustrates some of the many ways in which design can make a contribution to people in all kinds of circumstances. Projects chosen by students this year have produced designs that meet practical needs, provide new insights and improve well-being for individuals and the community. It is particularly pleasing to see the interest taken in design projects that recognise emerging opportunities due to demographic change and innovative application of technologies. The final year of the four-year BID at UNSW gives students a true Honours level study experience. In both the research phase and the design development, students must undertake independent exploration in a largely self-directed project. There is an expectation that the skills, knowledge and spirit of

inquiry cultivated throughout the whole of the BID program will be evident in the final design and supporting rationale. This exhibition is about the students’ ideas and sheer hard work in bringing a substantial project to completion but it is also appropriate here to acknowledge the role of those who taught, supervised and guided along the way. The relatively few full-time staff members in the industrial design program are supported in this effort by a larger number of sessional staff who bring experience and skills from their roles in industry. I would also like to acknowledge and thank the organisations that have engaged with us to offer valuable learning experiences such as design competitions, factory visits and guest speakers. It has been a privilege to have been on the journey with the students now finishing - to see them make discoveries, extend their capabilities and sometimes teach their teachers a thing or two. The students have completed a four year program that integrates design process with learning in diverse areas such as marketing, engineering, manufacturing, history and design theory. They have skills for creative work and a framework for making innovative, appropriate and responsible choices. The students now presenting their work are ready to take up positions where they will make a valuable contribution to industry and society. On behalf of the team of full time and sessional staff, I congratulate them and wish them well in their further endeavours.

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“ ALL FINAL PROJECTS ARE ANTICIPATED TO BE INHERENTLY WELL ROUNDED, VISCERAL AND PRESENT A SOLUTION THAT SUIT THE EVER-CHANGING SOPHISTICATION OF THE USERS NEEDS AND ASPIRATIONS.”

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Message from the Course Convenor Andrew Fowkes

Each cohort has a unique dynamic with a broad range of personalities, all striving to achieve the highest standards of design during their academic career. The students and the projects they choose are the key elements that makes teaching ever changing and forever challenging, and ultimately rewarding. Year four is considered to be the bridging year whereby the career direction and anticipated step into the ‘real world’ can be shaped by a chosen project topic. The student is required to focus on a project territory that becomes the basis of their final major project, their portfolio piece. The research topics range from Metropolitan, Domestic, Office, Medical, and Transportation through to Sport. Within these fields the student must identify an unmet need that can be addresses with design intervention.

As they leave the security and protective environment of academia and move into the professional workplace a student’s commitment, passion and expertise must be self evident in their design portfolio. I feel my studio support Craig Burke, Greg Marten and myself encourage our students to grow and show their true talents. I always see this particular teaching opportunity as an honor. To play the final role in assisting these students make the life-changing leap into industry after four years of commitment is a privilege. The success of this working partnership is self evident in the number of design awards given to the students. I wish my final year students every success in whichever direction life takes them.

All final projects are anticipated to be inherently well rounded, visceral and present a solution that suit the everchanging sophistication of the users needs and aspirations. All of the skills and abilities mastered in previous years teaching are delivered to a professional standard that assists the young graduate in achieving a transition towards their chosen design careers.

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Andrew Bae Email Jinsu.bae@hotmail.com Phone 0435 274 461

Overall Dimensions • Bedside device: 210mm x100mm x 50mm • Forehead Sensor: 110mm x 20mm x 6mm

SENS - Warning system for stroke during the night Stroke is the second leading cause of death in Australia. Not only is it a traumatic experience for everyone involved but it is even worse when stroke strikes twice. People who have experienced a stroke are at higher risk of a stroke occurring again. If a stroke occurs during the night, the time of attack is unknown which means they are excluded from the treatment of tPA as it needs to be administered within 4.5 hrs of onset. In order to address this problem, SENS is a system that provides ease of mind whilst sleeping at night. It comes with a head sensor and a bedside device which talk together via blue tooth.

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The forehead sensor will detect if oxygen levels reach a critical level. When this occurs, the bedside device will set off an alarm to warn the surrounding people to seek immediate medical attention. SENS will note the time of onset so the option of tPA treatment is still available. Blood pressure is the number one modifiable risk factor for stroke. This is why SENS is equipped with a means for measuring and monitoring blood pressure easily. By resting your hand onto the device, SENS can measure your blood pressure through the arteries in your wrist.


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Bedside device Head sensor Charging dock for head sensor Exploded view

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Kate Barclay Email katebarclay@gmail.com Phone 0418 604 227

Overall Dimensions • 380mm(w) x 250mm(h) Material • PC • ABS Manufacture process • Injection molded

bikeboot bikeboot is a secure trunk for a bicycle. bikeboot locks to the bicycle providing secure storage space. It easily detaches and can be wheeled (like an airline bag) to carry shopping, a laptop, paperwork or to store a helmet. bikeboot has been designed to enhance cycler safety. Many cycling accidents are due to car drivers not seeing the rider, so bikeboot features rear and side lighting to ensure high visibility.

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bikeboot provides cyclists with more carrying options, and less excuses to take the car even when they are transporting a considerable amount of equipment or groceries.


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Nicholas Baroni Email njbaroni@aol.com

Material • Polyester softshell with nanosphere technology finish

Alpine Armour – LiteGUARD Alpine Armour’s LiteGuard vest is a snow-safety vest featuring several unique and innovative design components. It reduces the risk and impact severity of potential hazards. Primary components include electroluminescent lights and reflector tape, a combined visco-elastic polymer and polycarbonate padding, and a unique high-impact co-polymer emergency shovel. The LiteGuard vest makes it easier to find workers and sports-enthusiasts in dangerous snow and

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night time conditions while also protecting them from the weather and some impacts. Softshell technology provides the LiteGuard with a wind and water resistant outer layer. The adjustable elastic straps and accessible pockets makes LiteGuard both practical and non-restrictive to wear. This intelligent design achieves an optimum balance of safety and utility, and is unmatched by existing products on the market. LiteGuard sets a new standard in snow safety.


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Benjamin Chan Email benjamincychan@gmail.com Phone 0425 533 386 URL www.bennchann.blogspot.com.au www.bjcyc.blogspot.com.au

Overall Dimensions • 380mm x 535mm x 397mm Material • Sand Casted Steel

Cash-in-transit Safety ST-M is a new security trolley to provide better protection against Cash-in-Transit robberies during the pavement walk between the armoured vehicle and a client’s location. The GPS tracking system accurately determines the trolley location and checks that it is on the set path to the client. If the tracking system detects ST-M goes off the path by just 10 metres, an inflation pack beneath the trolley will eject and inflate. This lifts the whole trolley off the ground, making it very difficult to move. Would-be robbers cannot easily move it from the robbery site. If further movement is detected, a dye bomb inside the case activates, making the cash unusable. The tracking system also alerts the police and provides a precise location.

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The trolley is made of heavy duty steel to give further protection against attacks and to add weight so it is more difficult to move when the inflation pack is activated. To further increase security, the client is given a smart access card. The trolley can only be opened with this smart card; it cannot be opened by the guards.


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ST-M in context ST-M Size ratio inflation pack ejected ST-M Consignment Case Exploded view of the whole security trolley

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James Chen Email jchen.0003@gmail.com Phone 0452 192 958 URL www.behance.net/Rinsai

REACH – Portable Emergency Focused Ultrasound Reach is a revolutionary ultrasound system that enables paramedics and emergency doctors the ability to diagnose and control internal bleeding. It operates on a dual system utilizing Pulse Doppler ultrasound and High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HiFU for short) to do so. HiFU ultrasound allows an effective and noninvasive method to cauterize internal bleeding within a patient. This technology has been developed by DARPA in order to provide a quick and effective method of non-invasively stopping blood loss within a wounded person. Internal bleeding is one of the leading causes of deaths worldwide, with current methods of control being extremely invasive and heavily

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reliant on pharmaceutical intervention. The mechanics that drive internal bleeding form a closed loop once set into motion; with the lose of blood driving causing hyperthermia, directly affecting the heart’s ability to pump blood at an optimal rate; leading to less air being delivered to the organs, which only further encourages the worsening biological conditions of the patient. Therefore it is imperative that emergency medical response teams have access to a quick, effective and non-invasive method to stem internal bleeding – with REACH virtually allowing them to “reach” in and stop the source.


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Hero shot Exploded View Carrying ergonomics of case Profile Views Probe being utilized to stop internal bleeding

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Stanley Darmawan Email stan.darmawan@gmail.com Phone 0416 148 442

Overall Dimensions • 700 x 800 x 1100 mm Material • ABS • Leather • Foam • Stainless • Steel

Sanctuaire Sanctuaire is a wall-mounted daytime sleeping aid designed for people who work night shifts, and for other daytime sleepers. The name reflects its purpose - to shelter users from factors that prevent/disturb their sleep and to provide healing through light therapy. Sanctuaire tackles the 2 main issues associated with daytime sleep; light and sound. The canopy darkens the area in the user’s line of sight. Its height can be adjusted by voice-control. Builtin stereo speakers with Bluetooth technology enable users to mask disruptive external noise with music or white noise from their smartphone.

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The dawn simulation feature, combined with an alarm function, results in a more refreshing sleep. Inside the cover are LED lights which can be adjusted for brightness - from dim to 470 nm. Sanctuaire provides light therapy to assist nightshift workers’ adjust their body clock or to help people with winter blues (SAD). A touchscreen interface on the inside cover allows users to set up and customise all functions. With its organic form, sleek aesthetics and colour options, Sanctuaire fits any bedroom interior while adding a touch of modern design.


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Sanctuaire during daytime use Light Therapy feature on Sanctuaire Exploded View Back cover with Touchscreen to adjust settings. Color selections, with customization option.

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Niclas Drevinger Email drevinger@gmail.com

Overall Dimensions • 300mm x 124mm x 34mm Material • Glass filled nylon • Aluminium • Santoprene rubber

X-tend X-tend is a stability support designed for sailors with disabilities. With one hand user can extend and hook the device on to wires or pad eyes around the boat. Depending on individual’s need, one or two units can be fitted onto a standard belt or harness. Pushing down the single button opens the gate and air valve which enables attachment plus the telescopic cylinders to extend. Once attached X-tend absorbs both pushing as well as pulling motions with or without the user holding it. In an environment with insufficient handholds the ergonomic handle offers users a safe hold at any given time without otherwise being in the way.

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On a rocking, heeling and constantly moving boat balance can be a struggle for anybody and with a disability the difficulties can be multiplied. With the provided stability full focus can be on the work at hand. X-tend enable users with amputations, paraplegia, Cerebral palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, brain injuries as well as able-bodied to use their strengths and extend their abilities.


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Extended & user during research Grip surface detail Solidworks render Attached to belt when not in use Exploded view

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Elizabeth Grayburn Email egrayburn@hotmail.com Phone 0439 388 586

Overall Dimensions • Filter: 320(L) x 250(W) x 250(H) • Paper Pods: 1087(L) x 190(W) x 265(H)

Re.source Re.source is a complete disposal system for household organic waste. Household waste that is currently disposed in the sewer can now be put to use as garden compost. Re.source is a filtration system that attaches to an existing kitchen food waste processor. This system includes paper pods which are used for the insertion of waste into a garden. Water from a food waste processor unit passes through a filter screen. The leftover waste product is collected in a chamber and once it is filled an alarm sounds. The waste is then ready to be transferred into a removal tray.

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A hole is prepared in a garden to receive the paper pods. The tray from the main unit is pulled out of its housing and its contents are poured into the buried paper pods. Over time both the paper pod and the waste material will degrade and fertilize the ground. This system will reduce the impact of household waste on the environment by preventing waste from going to ocean outfalls and by using this waste as compost.


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Re.source underneath a kitchen sink Close up view of Re.source Exploded view of Re.source Tray ergonomics Paper Pods for compostc

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Sebastian Gregory Email s.gregory@live.com.au

Overall Dimensions • 600mm x 600mm x 300mm Material • HDPC • Aluminium. Manufacture process • Injection molded

AAR AAR (Agricultural Aerial Reconnaissance) is a data gathering aerial vehicle system that can be used to better manage farms. With a global strain on primary resources, efficient farming guided by intelligent systems can improve farm productivity and sustainability. The system consists of a docking station and quad copter, controlled using a smartphone, tablet or computer. The farmer can customise GPS guided flight paths or flight mission types from a range of pre-programmed functions. The copter unit records data using an on-board multi-spectral camera and an automated Global Positioning System. The copter intelligently flies

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back to the docking station when batteries are low and to upload the reconnaissance data via wifi. The data can be collected daily, giving farmers and agronomists a dynamic view of the farm. Data provided includes soil type, soil maturity, fertiliser success rate, moisture retention, vegetation cover and water quality. This data is crucial in developing focussed and intelligent farming practices, and in achieving higher yields.


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Yuliang Gu Email guyuliang1990@hotmail.com

Overall Dimensions • 2200mm x 3000mm Material • ABS • Silicon • Rubber

Spark Alert - Preventing Electrical Shock Spark Alert is an electric field meter sensor that can be worn by construction workers. The sensor warns the worker when they get too close to a dangerous electrical environment, such as a broken electrical cord or a overhead powerline. One sensor is attached to the worker’s helmet, and two others can be worn on the wrist or attached to tools. The sensors are connected by ‘Bluetooth’.

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The sensors detect a dangerous electric field, for instance, a broken cord is nearby the worker. If the worker enters a dangerous area, the helmet sensor vibrates, and the wrist and tool sensors vibrate and flash an LED light, warning the worker of the danger.


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System components Working in a dangerous electrical environment Broken electrical cord Exploded view Sensors on helmet

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Jonathon Harley Email jonoharley@bigpond.com Phone 0431 056 656

Overall Dimensions • 400mm x 350mm Material • Zytel • Steel

Ranger Ranger is a revolutionary, portable public barbecue system which is set to change the way Australians socialise throughout parks and public spaces. Ranger allows users to have more freedom over where, when and how they barbecue. A high temperature resistant plastic outer casing allows the unit to be lightweight enough to be carried through parks to one of many docking stations. The docking stations are part of the wider Ranger system, offering shelters and tables to dock the barbecue onto. Having defined docking stations prevents users barbecuing in a high risk area, reducing the risk of fire damage to a park and the wider environment.

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A LED light around the start button flashes when the hotplate reaches a food safe temperature. The underside of the barbecue lid is equipped with a hygienic stainless steel food preparation bench. When a user finishes barbecuing, they simply carry the Ranger barbecue back to the vending station where it docks, refills with gas and is steam cleaned ready for the next user. Ranger barbecue system also reduces day to day maintenance costs to councils and park managers.


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Stella Ho Email 2stellah@gmail.com

Atlas Recovery Neck Brace The Atlas brace supports and stabilises the spine as it heals from a broken neck. Patients require brace support twenty-four hours a day over a three-month period. Consequently the Atlas brace is designed with empathy for patients’ emotional, psychological and medical needs. These needs include comfort, dignity, self-esteem, social connection and acceptance. The lightweight Atlas brace features a clean aesthetic composed of low profile, organic curves and streamlined forms. Incorporation of the upper torso attains greater stability. All head components are positioned outside the patient’s line of vision. The design of the cut out pattern is highlighted against the contrasting blue of the Sorbatex™ foam padding. Cut

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Overall Dimensions • 2500mm x 3500mm Material • Nylon 6,6, • PE • Walco Silicone V-1082 HiPro Clear • Tricot Nylon • Sorbatex™ foam • Anodized aluminium • Velcro® Loop 2000 • Velcro® HTH hook

outs are strategically placed to improve airflow and temperature regulation, and to relieve pressure over the spine. The washable padding evenly distributes pressure, wicks moisture away from the skin and is luxuriously soft to touch. Breathable adhesive silicone grip pads relieve pressure beneath the forehead and chin pieces. A smooth back profile allows patients a comfortable nights sleep. The Atlas brace is tamperproof and may be adjusted by the medical practitioner to fit a variety of body sizes and shapes. By addressing the emotional, psychological and medical needs of patients, the Atlas brace aims to improve patients’ lives and their overall satisfaction with their medical treatment.


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Frankie Ho Email frankieho@live.com.au Phone 0411 411 837

Overall Dimensions • 125mm x 240mm x 140mm Material • Polypropylene • Polyurethane • Spandex

Tritenous Tritenous is a knee pad for treating patellar tendinitis (jumper’s knee), by using three polyurethane rods to imitate the movement of knee tendons, reducing the force received by the user‘s knee while doing frequent jumping activities. The polyurethane rods are separated by 30 degrees to give a full coverage of user’s tendon, while the EVA rod holds against user’s tendon to reduce force. Sports such as basketball and volleyball are at high risk of jumper’s knee, Tritenous can reduce the force received by user’s tendon, and it also improves the jumping ability by adjusting the

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pulling strength and applying different grades of rod. Tritenous also allows people with knee injury to resume their everyday activities, by reducing the force to the user’s injured tendon during movements, hence a faster recovery time. While Tritenous focus on treating jumper’s knee, it also protect users from external impacts, when user receives impact from incidents such as accidently landing on the knee, force are absorbed in the EVA foam to minimise impact to the user.


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Tritenous hero shot Improves athletics vertical jumping ability Imitate tendon allowing user’s knee to rest Adjustable slot Exploded view

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Helen Holman Email helenanneholman@gmail.com Phone 0419 777 504

Overall Dimensions • 90mm x 60mm x 25mm Material • Die cast Aluminium • Silicone Rubber overmoulds

Remote Rural Recovery ResQ is a personal alert and emergency locator beacon for people working in remote areas of Australia’s rural environment where communications are hindered and response times can be increased. ResQ uses GPS technology in conjunction with two-way satellite communications for improved communication with rescuers, thereby reducing time to receive aeromedical support. In an emergency ResQ can be activated manually or, if the user is

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not moving, can send a distress signal automatically after allowing an opportunity for the user to cancel a false alarm. For everyday use, ResQ also allows workers to use the communication system to aid non-emergency recovery with local assistance. Alerts are segregated into three different levels of response to ensure the most efficient and relevant form of recovery assistance is called.


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Shenea Huang Email shenea.huang@gmail.com

Overall Dimensions • Overall size varies Material • Garment fabric will be a spandex blend • Bedside device, charging dock and backpack will be injection moulded Polycarbonate • Sensor packs will be injection moulded silicon

nocturn The ‘nocturn’ kit is designed for children and provides an alternative to an overnight sleep-study at a hospital. Currently an overnight sleep-study requires a child to be attached to a large bedside machine with a vast number of wires and electrodes. It is a tedious process and requires much time, patience and resources. It also requires a parent/guardian to remain overnight.

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With ‘nocturn’, hospitals can provide a kit to families for a convenient sleep-study in the comfort of their home. Comprised of a shirt, cap and socks, it features a number of sensors that can accurately diagnose a wide range of sleep disorders. ‘nocturn’ has all the necessary parts built into the garment to allow for a wireless and hassle-free experience.


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Daihyun Jang Email daihyunjang@gmail.com

Overall Dimensions • 1200mm x 800mm x 800mm Material • Polycarbonate • Silicone • Pressed steel

SteriSafe SteriSafe is a holistic hand hygiene system designed for use within large-scale food processing plants. The SteriSafe system comprises of an automated hand washer, a zone sensor, a wearable unit and a charging dock. The automated hand washer uses highpressure jets of an antimicrobial solution to rid hands of Noroviruses and bacteria. Zone sensors communicate to the wearable unit as well as the automated hand washer.

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The wearable unit emits audible visual and tactile alerts when the worker has missed an opportunity to wash his or her hands. This system ensures food processing workers perform consistently effective hand hygiene.


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Yueyue Jin Email phonomo@gmail.com

Overall Dimensions • 256mm x 200mm x 120mm Material • Helmet - EPS liner in-moulding to PC shell • Ear Piece - ABS bone with Acetal

Oratio - Audio Navigation Helmet ORATIO is a helmet based navigation system for cyclists. The system consists of an Audio Helmet and smart phone application especially for City commuters and tourists.. The Audio helmet makes it possible for the user to have a wireless and safe verbal navigation experience. The product uses bone conduction technology to make ears free to monitor the traffic environment. Served as an audio output of their smartphone, Oratio allows the cyclist to control the application by simply tapping the helmet. Besides the basic feature such as volume control, user can also tap to record short clips of audio through smart phone. Other phone functions such as making calls and listening to the music are

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jammed by the application to comply with Road and Traffic safety regulations. Users will only access these functions when they are stationary due to the smart phones accelerometer. Oratio provides an alternative navigation experience, using not only verbal orientation but also sound clues, such as ticking sound for pedestrians traffic lights. The system will provide customized routes based on users propose: less traffic, nearest supermarket, even customised memoir tours. Other then default routes provided by application, users can share their own routes along with up to the minute traffic information will not only provided by database but also by individuals.


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Melinda Kingsland Email melindakingsland@gmail.com Phone 0411 786 064

Overall Dimensions • 106mm x 109mm x 79mm Material • Polycarbonate • EPDM rubber • Meta-aramid fabric

Guardian Guardian is a fire victim air mask, aimed at getting cool, clean air to a fire victim in the crucial minutes between a firefighter discovering the victim and pulling them out of a burning building. Firefighters carry this mask as part of their Personal Protective Equipment. It is linked to their breathing apparatus and ready for immediate use as soon as they find a fire victim. The firefighter places the mask over the victim’s head and tightens it. As soon as the victim takes their first breath, the Dräger Lung Demand Valve automatically starts the airflow.

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Cool, clean air is supplied from the compressed air cylinder on the firefighters back; the firefighter can continue to use their breathing apparatus normally. Smoke inhalation often kills fire victims rather than flames. Without a breathing apparatus, victims continue to breathe toxic smoke and superheated air during their rescue. Guardian is made of polycarbonate, EPDM rubber and meta-aramid fabric, and to the same standards as firefighters’ Personal Protective Equipment.


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Guardian exploded view Connected to the Dr채ger Lung Demand Valve Exhalation grill EPDM rubber used to create an airtight seal Quick release button for Dr채ger Lung Demand Valve

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Andrea Krakovská Email andreakrakovska@hotmail.com Phone 0423 185 342

Overall Dimensions • 196mm x 101mm x 25mm (Interface) Material • PC • ABS

Virtual Guitar Studio Virtual Guitar Studio (VGS) is a wireles guitar system that uses holographic laser technology to project virtual pedals at musician’s feet. Inspired by both existing and emerging technologies, this innovative concept eliminates all cables and guitar leads from a performance giving guitarists more freedom to move around and interact with their audiences on stage. The mounted touch-interface allows the user to easily adjust settings such a tone, volume and gain during a performance. VGS uses VST plugins – a professional recording software that produces professional,

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high end reverbs and delays, compressors, etc. ( as well as amp modelling software) to produce studio quality effects. The digital wireless system produces full-range tones with 10Hz-20kHz frequency response, exceedingly low noise with up to 120dB dynamic range, and studio-quality resolution with 24-bit A/D conversion. This means professionalquality, high-definition signal processing with no latency to deliver the best tones from beautiful high-end sparkle to thunderous low-end punch.


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Chia-Jung Ku Email hia.j.ku@gmail.com Phone 0422 922 954

Material • Veneer laminate • Polypropylene • Aluminium

Hive Hive is a holistic conferencing solution for corporate professionals. Its system creates private networks which allow multiple devices to connect and communicate seamlessly. Productivity and usability is the key focus for the design of Hive, with features such as

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“minute recording”, internal file upload and share system, quick and easy access to important business contacts, and systematic conference coordination software, Hive strives to ensure a smooth and professional conference session no matter where you are.


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James Chieh-Min Lee Email mm3r@hotmail.com Phone 0447 691 364

Overall Dimensions • 321mm x 512mm Material • Glass filled Nylon

Vangard -Industrial atmospheric monitor Vangard is a compact Confined-space atmospheric monitor. It provides continuous gas leak detection and maintains workspace air quality. The device is designed to sense atmospheric changes immediately and alarm surrounding personnel. Unlike traditional gas detectors, ultrasonic leakage detectors are used. This allows long distant sensing of high pressured gas leaks without direct contact. Sensitive only to the distinctive frequencies produced by high pressure leaks, the device can therefore be brought into the workspace without being affected by vibrations, fumes and vapours. This enables early safety warnings before development of dangerous gas pockets. A compact intrinsically safe fan motor delivers even air flow and not create turbulent swirls. This

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maintains safe atmospheric levels and interior comfort temperatures. The design enables fitment of all standard industrial ducting and also allows connections to centralized manifolds. Designed for high portability and ruggedness the Vangard and is easy to transport and can safely operate in harsh environments. A simplified closure design allows easy regular maintenance. Its form is based around stability as well as providing extra ergonomic handling advantages. All round ingress protective considerations and its high visibility casing ensures safety for both its interiors and users. Overall the Vangard makes confined space work safer also eases rigorous manual gas testing and ventilation procedures dramatically.


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The Vangard Exploded rendering, internal components Concept development sketches Product interface Use and function Leveling into workspace

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Siting Lin Email cindysiting.lin@hotmail.com Phone 0430 660 722

Overall Dimensions • 2500mm x 3500mm Material • ABS

Knee-hab Knee-hab is a unique monitoring and pain relief device designed specifically to treat ACL injuries. After receiving ACL surgery, rehab is one of the hardest and most painful times. Knee–hab provides TENS therapy to help pain control through impulses sent through the body using electrodes. The main objective of this device is to record the patient’s rehabilitation progress enabling their therapist to monitor the patient’s progress through

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the collected data. It operates by utilizing sensors to capture the knee movements and shows realtime results through a smartphone or tablet app. As the user moves sensors on the knee can record the pattern of their technique for each repetition. The user can download a prescribed rehab program on their smartphone or tablet, and send the records to their therapist or healthcare professional.


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Hero Shot Unit in standby Unit in context Unit in context Exploded View

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Monica Yi-Lun Lu Email monicayllu@hotmail.com Phone 0420 983 998 URL www.monicayllu.blogspot.com.au

Overall Dimensions • 145mm x 160mm x 120mm Material • PP • Aluminium • Silicone

Pelli There is currently no real cure for food allergy; the best way to deal with it is to avoid the food all together. Although the avoidance approach will dramatically impact on a person’s life style but can prove affective and improve their health by eliminating the offending allergen. However, this really depends on the person being responsible of their food intake, which is easy in a controlled environment at home, but not so easy when dinning out, at work or in a school environment where there are many risk factors.

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Pelli is a food container solution to help maintain food at safe consuming temperature. The use of the Peltier tiles enables the user to keep their food fresh whether it is hot or cold. With just one button you can turn it on/off and toggle between the cooling or heating function.


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Pelli Keeping your food hot 3D exploded view Easy to use Context of use

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Patrick Luwia Email patrickluwia@gmail.com

Overall Dimensions • 74mm (H) x 297mm (W) x 60mm (D)

Iris Iris helps inexperienced drivers reduce the risk of a car collision. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems are effective in assisting drivers, but they are usually only available in higher end cars or as expensive optional extras. As a result they are unavailable to younger, inexperienced drivers who are often restricted to cheaper or second hand cars. Iris solves this problem with a device that can be easily retrofitted to any car. Iris uses GPS to measure the driver’s speed, and dual cameras to

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measure safe following distances. Iris warns the driver through audio-visual signals if it detects unintentional risky driving behaviour. Iris also acts as a ‘black box’, capturing video footage to prevent insurance fraud in case of an accident. Iris can be mounted in a position to suit the driver – either on the lower part of the dashboard or behind the rear view mirror.


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Front and back view Mounted on dashboard Mounted behind rear view mirror Mechanisms User interface

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Lily Thanh Nguyen Email lynguyen_1506@yahoo.com Phone 0433 991 503

Overall Dimensions • 785mm x 600mm x 520mm Material • Polycarbonate Manufacture process • Injection molded

Hugi Hugi is a shared communication booth for senior who living in retirement village. As the nature of growing older, we often feel lonely and isolated. Hugi booth aims to close the gap between generations; so to connect and strengthen the relationship between the senior and their loves in the family. “Hugi” means warmth and protection, the booth inspires the nature of Cocoon shape to create a comfortable place for communicating with family and friends. By using modern Wifi technology and simple designed interface, seniors (with limited technology base) can easily make video calls and/

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or send video SMS to their loves. Besides, they also can relax with shared music, photo and news or access to internet for more searches of hobby. Hugi is placed in the common activity room of retirement village. The design of sliding door aims to provide privacy in a shared environment. Other components such as adjustable armrest, silicone handset, reserve screen and lighting are also ergonomically considered, so Hugi becomes a cosy and cared communication booth that is out there especially for seniors.


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Hugi Communication Booth Detail Interface Environment Exploded View User and Product

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Anastasie Panagopoulos Phone 0413 689 094 URL www.stasiep.blogspot.com.au

Overall Dimensions • Heads up display unit 230mm x 70mm x 28mm • Sensors 300mm x 65mm x 18mm • Cameras140mm x 75mm x 35mm Material • PC • ABS Manufacture process • Injection molded

Split Vision Split vision is an automotive crash avoidance system designed to help learner drivers and their instructors. The retrofit system brings modern safety technology into older cars, providing simple alerts when entering a potentially dangerous driving situation. The system consists of two blind spot sensors as well as front and rear mounted cameras, which monitor the surroundings of the car. These components connect to a heads up display unit so the driver can easily see what is happening around them without taking their eyes off the road.

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The system also supports wireless smartphone connection so the instructor can automatically record the drive in a virtual logbook. It can also access traffic information and map data through the 4G network.


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Mounted heads up display unit Diagram of sensor and camera reach Split vision smartphone app Parts of the split vision system Exploded view of heads up display unit

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Sarita Parto Email sarita.parto@gmail.com URL www.saritaparto.blogspot.com.au

Overall Dimensions • 340mm(L) x 250mm(W) x 60mm(H) Material • Polycarbonate • Silicon

AquaSpin The AquaSpin is an exercise device used in a swimming pool. It helps the elderly, especially with those with joint problems, build leg and arm muscle. In contrast to existing aqua dumbbells, the AquaSpin allows resistance level to be easily changed. When the AquaSpin is pushed through the water, a fan rotates. A rubber stopper puts pressure on the fan to control the difficulty of pushing the device through the water (similar to how friction controls resistance on exercise bicycles). The user can change the resistance level with a clickable dial. The clicks in the dial inform the user of the resistance level and encourage and reinforce improvements in strength.

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The AquaSpin was designed to enhance the elderly’s experience in aqua aerobics. The bright colours and shapes are influenced by marine life, aiming to improve the users’ mood. AquaSpin makes exercise more enjoyable for the elderly, helping them to improve muscle strength.


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AquaSpin Close Up How to use the AquaSpin Using the AquaSpin like a dumbbell Exploded View

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Aryetta Pazpinis Email aryettap@gmail.com.au Phone 0418 489 431 URL www.z3333129.blogspot.com.au

Overall Dimensions • Interface 2100mm x 280mm • ramp 1600mm x 1110mm • panel 1 1800mm x 280mm • panel 2 550mmx 150mm Material • Aluminium • Steel • PMMA • PETG

Wheelaccess Wheelaccess is a wheelchair train access system which provides wheelchair users with better independent access to the Sydney’s Train system. It eliminates the need for users to depend on staff assistance or the need to give advance notice of their intention to board a train. It is a four part system with an interface panel available on and off the platform, a permanently strapped access band, a warning usage panel and an automated inclining ramp to allow immediate access for users through

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Radio frequency identification technology. The hands free system requires users to interact with only the two interface panels to activate the automated inclining ramp to board or disembark the train independently and efficiently. Wheelaccess is a simple hands free system that does not interfere with other train users but enhances disabled accessibility to Sydney trains. It can also be easily used by other injuried or elderly users that require assistance when travelling on a train.


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Wheelaccess System for boarding Sydney Train User Chooses Train to use ramp to board Exterior Interface Panel Exploded View Interior Interface Access and Warning Panels RFID access band activates system interface.

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Deon Pazpinis Email pazeng@tpg.com.au Phone 0418 438 609 URL www.z3336122.blogspot.com.au

Overall Dimensions • 900mm x 650mm x 760mm Material • Steel • Polypropylene

Swift.T Swift.T is a shopping trolley that makes shopping easier for parents with prams. It eliminates the need for parents to juggle hand held baskets (with limited capacity), carrying heavy grocery loads or transferring their child to a supermarket trolley. Swift.T is designed with a uniquely formed rotational bar and cable system allowing various styles of prams to be attached to the trolley with minimal effort. By simply turning the handle, a pram is hooked onto the Swift.T ready to be pushed around the supermarket. With the simple 130 degree rotational bar in a vertical position the trolley

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can be used by shoppers without prams, and be easily nested to save space when not in use. For convenience a 60 litre storage space is available within easy reach, made with a flexible silicon basket base that stretches to maximise carrying capacity. To further assist parents the inclusion of multi-directional, non -swivel coaster wheels allows the trolley to move smoothly with the pram. Swift. T improves and extends shopping possibilities for parents with prams, making a trip to the shops practical and efficient.


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Swift.T Trolley for prams Swift.T used in supermarket Different positions of the swift. T “w� Bar Handle Detail 60 Litre Capacity

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Natalia Ella Setiamiharja Email z3308512@student.unsw.edu.au Phone 0450 503 252

Overall Dimensions • 86mm x 240mm Material • Aluminium • Silicone • Lycra

Geste - Sign Language Translator Geste is a sign language to voice translator. Like any other language, people who use sign language as their primary communication often have a barrier when conversing with people without knowledge of sign language. Geste detects muscle movements from the arms and converts them into spoken words, delivering them to the hearing world. A sleeve is worn on the

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left arm which detects arm muscle movements. It has a touch screen user interface. A smaller armband with only muscle sensors is worn on the right arm. When the user sign, a microprocessor recognizes the gestures and translates them into text on the screen. The user checks the translation, and if correct, presses the audio button located near the thumb to play their words.


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Geste Screen Interface Audio Switch Details

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Adara Taista Email adarataista@gmail.com Phone 0449 101 939

Overall Dimensions • 1150mm x 1150mm. Material • HDPE Manufacture process • Rotational Molding

QUBI QUBI is a flexible multi-sensory indoor-play structure specially developed to provide the necessary sensory input for children with autism. The basic Qubi kit consists of octagonal and triangular wall panels and activity modules. These fit together to create a sensory playscape in various forms, from cubical to zig-zag panels. A wide range of activity panels are available to meet specific edutainment targets, including sensory integration, physical coordination, cause/effect and,

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social interaction. The panels can be combined to design many fun activities for children of all abilities. Qubi is modular, affordable and flexible. By adding or changing activity panels, the structure can respond to the child’s growth and development needs. The system is easy to assemble, and easily dissembled for storage. Qubi is suitable for home use as well as in schools, therapy centers, or sensory gyms.


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Encourage interaction Easy assembling Gross-motor activity panel Flexible structure Easy storage

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Henry Treloar Email hj.treloar@gmail.com Phone 0439 403 366

Overall Dimensions • 1058mm x 445mm x 800.6mm Material • Injection Moulded components • Chrome tube • Sheet and strap metal components

Pillar Neck System Pillar is a unique stationary gymnasium product that exercises the muscles in the neck. It has been designed to address the needs of contact sports players at risk of Acute Spinal Cord Injury. Debilitating spinal cord injury can be prevented through strengthening associated muscles. Pillar allows the user to exercise the entirety of the neck through use of several mini-ball transfers. The moving components can be set at different heights and angles to create a forwards and backwards or a side to side work out.

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The level of resistance can be changed with a set of colour coded inserts that slide in and out of the main working area. When the exercise is complete, the user lifts the machine over their head and steps away without any need to reset the equipment. The product is easily wiped clean after use. Pillar reduces the occurrence of spinal injury in sport and provides players with confidence to continue their chosen sport, knowing their chance of severe injury has been significantly reduced.


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Pillar Neck System Adjustments Graphics Work Area Detail Exploded View

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Chloe Uy Email chloe.uy@gmail.com Phone 0424 501 717

Overall Dimensions • 800mm(H) X 550mm(W) X 700mm(D), V:66L/container Material • Galvanised Steel • HDPE Manufacture process • Rotational Molding • Sand casting

H2O Safe H2O Safe is a modular water filtration system for developing countries. This system incorporates a two-step batch filtering process involving a sediment filter and UV light filtration in the first two containers. Each batch of contaminated water only takes five minutes for twenty liters to be processed. Unlike any other product in the market, H2O Safe offers a large volume water filtration which makes it ideal for communities. The bottom container is a clean water reservoir that can be expanded by adding more containers.

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The H2O Safe is easy to maintain and operate; no need for experts! The maintenance for the product is minimal, only the sediment and UV light filters need to be replaced after extended periods of time. The product can also be powered in different ways—by battery, electrical outlet, wind, or solar energy. This makes it efficient and adaptable for the anticipated environment.


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H2O Safe. Any Water, Anywhere. Close up electrical wire management channel Transportation and Scale Nesting and water flow detail Context

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Dale Wakeham Email dalewakeham@gmail.com Phone 0490 177 041 URL www.behance.net/WakeDesign

Overall Dimensions • 400mm(h) X 560mm(w) X 173mm(d) Material • Stainless steel • Synthetic rubber • Carbon filled polymer Manufacture process • Machined • Injection Molded

Espy The Espy is a remote operated vehicle (ROV) that is used to monitor marine environments through underwater observations. It will outdate the current human diver based survey process in almost every application. It is more effective, more reliable, cheaper, safer and causes much less disturbance to the natural environment. There is no competitor ROV for marine surveys as those that exist have only a single forward facing camera and are unstable in light currents. The Espy is built off a foundation of field-proven ROV technology but adapted to better suit its operating environment. Features such as a wing design with

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tilting rotors and a self-leveling gyro allow it to remain controllable in harsher conditions. It also houses six GoPro cameras that enable a ‘Google Street View’ style, full-environment, 360 degree video recording without getting your feet wet and then the comfortably of analyzing the data once ashore. The Espy’s rugged design with protective cage, bumpers and easy grab handle make it a simple and dependable ROV during deployment, use and recovery. As Sean Connel the head of Marine Biology at Adelaide University state, “This would probably revolutionize the way we do a lot of our science...”


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Presentation model at Chowder Bay jetty Prototype hydrodynamic & neutral buoyancy testing Rendered hero shot Tilt-rotor demonstration Rendered exploded view

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Rory Wilson Email rlmwilson@gmail.com

Overall Dimensions • 125mm(H) x 178mm(W) x 90mm(L) Material • ABS • Santoprene Overmould Manufacture process • Injection Moulded

Rest Assure Rest Assure is a new development in baby monitor systems. It utilises advanced monitoring methods and technology to produce more accurate, powerful feedback for the parent caring for the child. Current and existing monitor systems in the marketplace use indirect methods of monitoring. The parent is typically able to view and interpret only direct line of sight (through cameras), or audio feedback (through microphones). This means that decisions about the welfare of the child are inferred, rather than derived directly from the child. Rest Assure is different. The product provides direct data about the child’s wellbeing, streamed

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live from powerful sensors in the skin-contacting band. The band integrates sensors providing data on pulse rate, blood oxygen, skin temperature, as well as body position, movement, and sound. It is totally sealed by an overmould which seals the componentry inside. The band is radio linked to the parent monitor and base unit. The additional sensing power of the sensor technologies allows for instant alert if any of the telemetry inputs falls outside of an acceptable range. This means the product can provide a greater sense of security, generally, as well as in particular concerning SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome).


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Product Assembly Ankle Band Product Interaction Parent Monitor Exploded Monitor Assembly

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Rebecca Womersley Email bec.womersley@gmail.com Phone 0409 906 414 URL www.rebeccawomersley.blogspot.com.au

Overall Dimensions • Base-station: 240mm(W) x 94.5mm(H) x 93.5mm(D) • Bracelet: 70.25mm(W) x 55.25mm(H) x 27.75mm(D) • Tracker: 35.5mm(W) x 14.75mm(H) x 22.5mm(D) Material • Base-station: PC/ABS injection moulded and VMQ silicone cast • Bracelet: VMQ silicone cast • Tracker: ABS multi-shot injection moulding

M-brace life post-surgery monitor M-brace Life is a post-surgery monitor and recovery system for use following a child’s heart related surgery. The user-friendly system is designed for young children aged between three and six, allowing continual monitoring at home, reducing the amount of time required in hospital post-surgery. The three part system contains a base-station, a customisable bracelet and tracker to monitor in real-time the child’s heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature and oximetry through a flexible electrocardiography

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(ECG) chip. This information is sent to the basestation and a linked phone application. Parents are able to monitor their child’s progress and recovery, while the child can continue everyday activities in a familiar environment. This includes doctor’s appointments, exercise regimes and any bandage changes required. M-brace Life can be easily adapted to suit other ages and other medical conditions that require accurate readings outside of a medical setting.


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M-brace Life system M-brace Life tracker and bracelet Bracelet and base-station in use Tracker connecting to mobile phone application Exploded view of M-brace Life system

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Huan Xie Email huan.xie1213@gmail.com Phone 0450 751 175

IRIS Guardian IRIS Guardian is a forklift collision prevention product that reduces accidents between forklifts and pedestrians in a warehouse. The IRIS Guardian’s microwave motion sensor detects a moving forklift and warns pedestrian at the aisle intersection by projecting warning signs onto the ground. At the same time, an infrared laser beam detects pedestrians near the intersection, activating yellow LED lights to warn the forklift driver of pedestrians in the danger zone. Even in noisy or low visibility conditions, the IRIS Guardian can help forklift drivers and pedestrians notice each other and avoid

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collisions. The early warning given to forklift drivers reduces the likelihood of panic braking, reducing the risk of loads falling from the forklift. IRIS Guardian is simply installed at aisle intersections, blind corners and doors by sliding it into the pre-installed holder. A remote control allows the detection range and the size of the projected warning sign to be adjusted – a useful feature when the IRIS Guardian is installed high on stacking racks.


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IRIS Guardian in Context Laser Pedestrian Detector Remote Control Installed on the Rack Exploded View

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Jieyun Yang Email yangjy1104@hotmail.com

Overall Dimensions • Blood pressure monitor: 88mm x 47mm x 47mm • Blood glucose meter: 88mm x 47mm x 22mm • Pill box: 75mm x 60mm x 180mm Material • ABS

M blocks M Blocks for diabetics combines several devices to help monitor the health of people with diabetes. It is simple to use and provides a complete testing solution for diabetes patients. M Blocks contain a blood pressure monitor, a blood glucose meter and a pill box. Each device is self-contained and can be changed independently.

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The devices connect to a computer via Bluetooth, allowing test results to be immediately transferred by Telehealth technology. Software applications synchronise health information with a hospital database, providing doctors with the latest information for diagnosis and treatment.


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A set of Home-use Medical devices Context of use Details Explored view of Pill box Explored view of Blood pressure monitor and Blood glucose meter

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Zenon Zoltaszek Email z3283009@zmail.unsw.edu.au

Overall Dimensions • 460mm x 330mm Material • ABS • Acrylic • Aluminium

Saturn’s Rings Saturn’s Rings it is new form of flexible lighting. The main principles involved in designing of it are flexibility, comfort, environmental issues, and the newest technology. It is remote controlled; therefore, it is easily to operate. Saturn’s Rings has three independent rings, each ring is independently controlled by remote control and it involves ring rotation along it axial and light switch on and off. This functionality allows setup light direction towards any corner of the room. Additionally, user can change mood of the light by redirecting each ring in various direction. The two main setups are light down and light up. When light is directed towards floor the

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light is strongest, thus, user can easily write, read and do other tasks required right light. When the direction of the light is directed towards celling the light in room is ambient, therefore, user can watch TV or comfortably rest. The strength of the light can be adjusted by switching off separate rings. Saturn’s Rings are made from three major materials: transparent acrylic rings (mould injection), aluminium causing of rings (press drawing), aluminium rods (bended), top cover are made from black ABS plastic (mould injected) and aluminium rotor (machined) and electronic components. Model dimensions are 460mm at the base and 330mm height.


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Saturn’s Rings, light up Saturn’s Rings, light down. Directional setup of light. Variable setup of light. Blasted view of Saturn’s Rings.

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Studio Work

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Studio Work Andrew Bae Email Jinsu.bae@hotmail.com A. London Olympics camera B. Adagio Speaker C. Packaging design, reusable lid for kids toy A

Kate Barclay Email katebarclay@gmail.com

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A. BĂśrne & VĂŠglaire Wireless Speaker B. Omega Multi Bar Tool C. OJ Twist Top Juice Bottle

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Nicholas Baroni Email njbaroni@aol.com

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A. Canadian Club Headphones B. Canadian Club Headphones Exploded View C. Community Gardens Product Service Systema

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Benjamin Chan Email benjamincychan@gmail.com A. Stylo outdoor furniture B. Silhouette users using Stylo C. Variations of Stylo

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James Chen

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Email jchen.0003@gmail.com A. Sunswift EVE promotional material B. Adagio luxury speaker project C. Futurist helmet design

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Stanley Darmawan Email stan.darmawan@hotmail.com

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A. SMEG Client Concept: Kin Gas Cooktop B. Cormack Packaging : S+ICKIFIX Bandage Dispenser C. Tweak & Twist Thermos w/ Extra Storage

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Studio Work Niclas Drevinger

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Email drevinger@gmail.com A. Portable radio, Alias Automotive B. Dog leash detail, Marker sketch & Photoshop C. Premium welding equipment trolley for ESAB, CATIA A

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Elizabeth Grayburn Email egrayburn@hotmail.com A. Portable heating device that plugs into a range of accessories. B. Illustrator renders of kitchen utensils C. Dish drier rack. A

Sebastian Gregory Email s.gregory@live.com.au A. Smeg cooktop range B. Bike stop locking station C. Sun Squid sun screen packaging

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Yuliang Gu Email guyuliang1990@hotmail.com

Jonathon Harley Email jonoharley@bigpond.com A. Sketchup Exhibition design – Wordmark Publishers B. Appearance model – Cormack Packaging Awards C. Illustrator – Smeg outdoor oven

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Frankie Ho Email frankieho@live.com.au A. Flote - Perserve with style B. Fruit bowl design A

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Studio Work Helen Holman

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Email helenanneholman@gmail.com A. Hurb community compost garden module B. Childrens compact sunscreen packaging C. Hurb illustrator guide A

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Shenea Huang Email shenea.huang@gmail.com A. Submarine body wash

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Stephanie Hutcherson

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Email hutcherson.stephanie@gmail.com A. Tour de France disposable camera B. Letterbox (Group Work) C. A portable and refillable cotton applicator dispenser A

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Daihyun Jang Email daihyunjang@gmail.com A. Disposable camera concept for Wimbledon. B. Self-dosing bubble bath packaging. A

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Melinda Kingsland Email melindakingsland@gmail.com C

A. Set dosage liquid vitamin bottle B. Whisper packaging redesign C. Disposable camera

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Andrea Krakovskรก Email andreakrakovska@hotmail.com A. Disposable Digital Camera B. Velija Candle Holders C. VS Sasoon Chordless Rechargeable Hairdryer C A

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Studio Work Chia-Jung Ku Email chia.j.ku@gmail.com A. Adagio Speaker B. Deboss logo C. Speaker details

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James Chieh-Min Lee Email mm3r@hotmail.com A. Adagio, glass speaker design B. Gas hob concept sketching C. Jet ski 3d modelling A

Siting Lin Email cindysiting.lin@hotmail.com

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A. Portable BBQ – Hero Shot B. Portable BBQ – Button detail C. Portable BBQ – Unit in Context A

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Monica Yi-Lun Lu C

Email amonicayllu@hotmail.com A. Outdoor furniture B. Butterslice, hand held slicer C. 3D programming and rendering A

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Patrick Luwia

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Email patrickluwia@gmail.com A. Smeg portable barbeque B. Nicotine colorimeter C. Tomato sauce packaging for kids A

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Lily Thanh Nguyen

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Email lynguyen_1506@yahoo.com A. Smeg cooktop for elder B. Quick Mock up Omega C. Metal-sheet Bookshelve

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Studio Work Anastasie Panagopoulos Email stasie@live.com.au C

A. Premium speaker design project B. Exploded Solidworks model C. Kid’s vitamin packaging

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Sarita Parto Email sarita.parto@gmail.com A. Bent aluminium magazine rack B. Cookie dough packaging with cookie cutter lid C. Australian Open disposable paper pulp camera C A

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Aryetta Pazpinis Email pazeng@tpg.com.au A. Top 21 finalist design for Cormack Packaging B. Smeg Elderly Cook Top C. Omega kitchen utensil design

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Deon Pazpinis Email pazeng@tpg.com.au A. Top 21 finalist design for Cormack Packaging B. Solid works model: Paint Gun C. Smeg Outdoor BBQ A

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Natalia Ella Setiamiharja Email z3308512@student.unsw.edu.au C

A. Individual Mortar and Pestle B. MOO Milk Bottle C. Borne & Veglaire Speaker

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Adara Taista Email adarataista@gmail.com C

A. SMEG cooktop project B. 3-in-1 kitchen utilities concept C. Material: Steel

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Studio Work Henry Treloar Email hj.treloar@gmail.com A. Assembly and render of a Jigsaw B. Omega Kitchen Utensil C. Stanley hot glue gun A

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Chloe Uy Email chloe.uy@gmail.com A. Cereal Packaging B. London Olympics Camera Model C. Smeg Circulus Stove

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Dale Wakeham Email dalewakeham@gmail.com A. Award Winning – Kids Juice Bottle B. Smeg BBQ with rotating counter C. AirPlay HiFi System A

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Rory Wilson

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Email rlmwilson@gmail.com A. Visual Language Graphic Exploration B. Press-Bent Sheet Aluminium Low Table C. Smeg Concept Cooktop Redesigna

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Rebecca Womersley Email bec.womersley@gmail.com A. Universal tap, Winner Caroma Universal Bathroom Design 2011 B. Omega citrus kitchen tool, Solidworks rendering C. Smeg portable gas cooktop concept in Illustrator

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Studio Work Huan Xie Email huan.xie1213@gmail.com C

A. Porta Outdoor BBQ B. Built-in Fan System C. Porta in Context

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Zenon Zoltaszek

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Email z3283009@zmail.unsw.edu.au A. Rhinoceros, 3D program. B. Illustrator, 2D program. C. Solid Works, 3D program. A

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ALUMNI PROFILE

Thomas Marlay BIndDes (2006) Design Development & Special Projects Manager Botton+Gardiner “UNSW appealed to me partly because of its reputation and also its ability to offer industrial design in a faculty that brought together all disciplines of the built environment. I was attracted to the course because it provided me with the foundations to pursue a career continuing to do what I already enjoyed doing. “The lecturers at BE are from a broad range of industries, careers and experiences. The group based nature of industrial design study helped me to nurture teamwork and communications skills, attributes that are vital to the application of design method and success within the industry.

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“My degree has helped me to develop an analytical approach when undertaking the development of designs within my current role. It has given me a solid understanding of the factors and processes that can control, direct and influence the design of products and their relevance within our society. I particularly enjoyed taking part in the Cormack packaging design competition as well as my final year project, these briefs allowed me to bring together all aspects of the industrial program into one consolidated proposal. “My advice to anyone considering the course would be to look at all aspects of the program and think of how they may relate to your reasons for choosing Industrial Design. Every part of the program has an influence and relevance in successful product design”.


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Faculty of Built Environment The University of New South Wales Online be.unsw.edu.au Phone +61 2 9385 4799 Email fbe@unsw.edu.au

UNSW 2013 Industrial Design Final Year Studio  
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