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GAS SENSOR

FOR HOUSEHOLD AND OUTDOOR SAFETY

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MEET MATT

The Problem

Most gas detection devices require active engagement with the user.

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For the user to operate one of these devices, they must already be somewhat aware of a gas leak.

A minimal hands-free device that operates constantly would grant the user more security and would require significantly less effort to operate.

IDEATION

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Task flow analysis

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VISUALIZING the USER INTERACTION

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Prototyping

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Finalizing the Design

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mesh cover

LED ring

plastic upper layer

brush metal ring

9V battery

plastic base

flat magnet

Rendered CAD MODEL

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Alternative Styles

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ANIMATION OF BASIC PARTS

PROTOTYPE WORKING COMPONENTS

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Chair
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ROBOTICS
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Sweatshirt
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Espresso
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Boot
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