This project is bringing work being conducted in laboratories on campus into general use by employing user-centered, research-based industrial design. Exploratory design projects using medical devices employ an iterative design process based on concept generation, development, refinement, user feedback, and prototype development with some of these phases repeating. The research projects are being incorporated into interdisciplinary design studios and workshops involving industrial design and bioengineering students. The ultimate aim is to integrate further disciplines (e.g. mechanical engineering, agriculture) with design as the catalyst for interdisciplinary work. See the project proposal for more information regarding this project.
Industrial Design of Medical Devices for Daily Health
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