KYOKA HINAMI

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Q is a door handle that uses modern heart rate technology to read human emotions. Users’ emotional states are projected onto the door in the form of a colored light, letting families communicate without always using words. View more projects in Senior Capstone »
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QUADRATIC | CELL PHONE CONCEPT
QUADRATIC is a futuristic cell phone concept that features a one-sided touch-screen spanning across four components. The focus is on changing the phone’s form in order to activate the different features. View more projects in Consumer Electronics »
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ONION | LIGHTING CONCEPT
Growing up, my mother raised me saying that eating onions would make me smarter. This lamp is inspired by such teachings, combined with the idea of how light bulbs often symbolize intelligence or the birth of ideas. View more projects in Furniture Design »
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CRADLE | PROSTHETIC ARM CONCEPT
Cradle is a support limb designed so that the user can operate it without the use of their good arm. Its curved form holds small objects within itself, and has an additional hook and claw for better grip. View more projects in Prosthetic Arms »
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TEMPO | THE FUTURE OF WORK
Created for Microsoft's "Future of Work" design challenge, TEMPO explores new ways of making scheduling a repetitious habit. Individual time lines represent the user's schedule. The interface reflects the look of sheet music as people's time lines are compared side by side. View more projects in Microsoft Design Expo » Other group members:
Rebecca Chang
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