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Design Method: Prototyping

Veronika designed the Dot Bot, a navigation aid consisting of a network of location-specific navigation and environmental information nodes (Dots) accessible to a specific user group.

Dotbot: a positive white cane experience

Szabó Veronika

(2019)

Dima designed a concept for a novel product for wheelchair users to improve physical activity and sedentary behaviour.

Active wheelchair

Dima Politin

(2019)

Henrique designed Atrium, a well-informed digital platform designed to reduce the friction of initiating social interactions between university peers.

Atrium: well-being on digital campus

Henrique Meyrelles

(2021)

Yoon prototyped a system called the Cacophony Mapper, which tracks sound stimuli and nurses’ stress levels to study and improve the sound environment in an intensive care unit.

Cacaphony Mapper: Noise Fatigue in the ICU

Yoon Lee

(2019)

Max designed a functional and interactive prototype of an intelligent optical diagnostic for schistosomiasis and created all the necessary software.

Smart Optical Diagnostic of Schistosomiasis (SODOS)

Max Hoeboer

(2019)

Ewoud developed a 3D printed patient-specific ankle-foot orthosis and aimed to investigate the feasibility of integrating it into the manufacturing process.

Personalised Ankle Foot Orthosis

Ewoud Veltmeijer

(2019)

Nitin designed FOXPAT, a reusable training simulator for knee replacement surgery.

Foxpat: Surgery Training Simulator

Nitin Gurram

(2019)

Yaman designed a 3D head scanner for children with Down’s Syndrome to facilitate the creation of ultra-personalised glasses.

3D Headscanner for Personalised Care

Yaman Gupta

(2021)

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