Consumer Product Design
What Problem We are Solving
The problem we have solved is meeting the need for better and more nutritious meat substitutes that possess the ability to have multiple healthy components placed in the product matrix. Examples include microencapsulated flavors, alga's, and Cannabis extracts.
This is a pocket size, rechargeable device with 6 Braille alphabet simulation buttons on top and 4 operations buttons on side. The top buttons are toggle buttons, which keep it state (up or down) when pressed on it. Buttons imitate Braille six-dot letters by 10x increased size. Like,
Those shoes can be easily put on and took down standing or sitting. There is no need to bend down or use your hands. Each foot is taking care of each other – in other words, fastens and unfastens the shoes.
Who needs those shoes?
- Product was inspired from preemie son (few weeks old) who overcome the pneumonia virus and realized that there is a need to invent germ free products.
- A solution focused on the kitchenware industry.
Even with the advancements in automotive HVAC systems, it is still impossible to keep a constant temperature throughout the entire vehicle cabin. Usually the driver and the front seat passenger get to benefit from the desired temperature setting, while the backseat varies greatly. Today,
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