Cycling down Mt. Zürich every morning during rush hour, I realised how dangerous it can be to take a hand off the handlebars to indicate a lane change.
We used the physical computing module at University to solve these issues. The outcome was a helmet with inbuilt LEDs, controlled by a light sensor to automatically turn at night. The indicator lights react to a sideward nod of your head (accellerometers), also triggering feedback through vibrators in the straps.
BA Absolvent 2010. Arbeitet heute als Interaction Designer bei team stratenwerth in Basel.
Research Assistant. BA Alumni. Mag.art in Convergent Industrial Design from the University of applied Arts Vienna.