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Marta Jakubowska, faculty: INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Tutor: Oskar Zięta (Industrial Design), Norbert Leśniewski (Philosophy)

Materials: chromium, nickel, glue, bubble wrap
Dimensions: 270 mm × 25 mm × 0.1 mm

The project consists of a set of stickers helping blind and visually impaired people to cook on an induction hob. Transferred to the glass of the hob, the stickers are a haptic marking of the places and functions of sensors on the touch panel. The project was developed in cooperation with Amica, and the stickers were produced in Finochromium technology by Rathgeber. They were tested and developed under the guidance of a blind person. This simple solution is the first of its kind in the market for induction hobs.

URSZULA project
Materials: LED, cables, perspex, glass, steel, +3 MB memory available in the phone for the app
Dimensions: 576 mm × 518 mm × 10 mm + 58.6 mm × 123.8 mm × 7.6 mm

The concept assumes voice control of an induction hob over a Bluetooth module and mobile telephone application. Among other things, it permits the hob to be switched on and for it to be set to a desired power. The application was developed in cooperation with IT students from the Technical University of Poznań. It can be used for any home appliance, which not only helps people with sight issues to control them but also the elderly and parents bringing up children.

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