This has nothing to do with my project, but thought it was pretty neat in the context of our class. Maybe some of the others design wearable electronics will find this intriguing. http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/239525
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You’d think in the fashion capitol & city that never sleeps, New York City, there would at least be some variety in cane choices. I was surprised to see more traditional and dull canes in NYC compared to those I previously captured in photographs in Europe. In their daily lives, may of these individuals seemed […]
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Our visit to Philips Design and the Philips Innovation Center was one of the highlights of the trip. Since my graduate degree program centers around design thinking processes, hearing how a large corporation is adopting and implementing a strategic approach towards human-centered design was encouraging. The presenter was not much older than students in my […]
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The Holst Center was extremely impressive! Advancements in fabrics, flexible + printed electronics, and processes that weave fabric and technology together are quite exciting when it comes to healthcare. For example, the EKG monitor of the future weighs <10 grams and supports wireless transmission of medical grade data. Another example we learned about is a […]
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