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A machine that recycles textiles for people “on the road” facing an uncomfortable and unexpected situation.

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  • 1. On The Road:On The Road:Road RunnerTextile RecyclerMultidiscipline workshop in design and engineeringEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et DesignMarch 21-25 2011Ecole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 20111
  • 2. On The Road TeamOn The Road TeamAndra OprisanBrunel UniversityRomaniaKerstin HollausEcole des MinesAustriaMarie MatsuuraEcole d’Art etDesignFranceAnthony SeratEcole des MinesFranceFranceEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 20112
  • 3. Big IdeaBig IdeaA machine that recyclestextiles for people «on thetextiles for people «on theroad» facing anuncomfortable situationuncomfortable situation.on the road = 1.travelers who are in transit in airports, trainstations, hostels or camping areas, or2. homeless peopleEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 20113
  • 4. BackgroundBackgroundProblemsThere are unexpected situations whenyou travel and need certain objects thatNumbers17 kg of wastedtextiles per yearAnd opportunitiesyou can’t carry with you.F l f t bl i t d10 years tocompletely recycleLess than 30%Feel more comfortable in unexpectedsituations when traveling;Recycle textile;C t i d t tilrecycledVery few centersthat donate clothingt h l lCustomized textilesHelp the homeless peopleEco friendlyto homeless peopleEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 20114
  • 5. Who uses Road Runner?Who uses Road Runner?Travelers inairports, traint tiHomelesspeopleBackpackers inhostels &i itstations camping sitesEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 20115
  • 6. Business modelBusiness model1donate2Ecole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201126
  • 7. Idea explorationIdea explorationEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 20117
  • 8. How Road Runner works?How Road Runner works?2Choose your25Choose youritemP t iRefill with rawmaterialsPut clothes in(if necessary)13Put money in(if necessary)4 Take youritemEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 20118
  • 9. Scenario 1 AirportScenario 1 - AirportYou’re stuck inan airport andd tneed a rest…You would diefor a pillow !pEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 2011 9
  • 10. Customer journey: airportCustomer journey: airport2 3 4Take theUse the objectsAfter usingthe objects…Take theobjects outto your“airportcrib”1Go to the Road RunnerPay and get the objectsEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 2011 105 6…put them back in to berecycled by the Road RunnerContinue journey
  • 11. Scenario 2 hostelScenario 2 - hostelWhenbackpacking,d ’tyou don’tusually haveenough placeg pfor likevoluminousclothes orclothes orobjects likeblanket,illpillow…Ecole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201111
  • 12. Customer journey: hostelCustomer journey: hostel1 21 23 43 4Ecole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 2011 12
  • 13. Scenario 3 homelessScenario 3 - homelessHomeless peoplehave the samet di ttorn, dirty,unfittedclothes all thetime. They can’tbuy new thingsand hardly findand hardly findthe exact thingthey need.Ecole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201113
  • 14. User journey: homelessUser journey: homeless2Prepare clothes1Bring old clothing tohomeless centre4 6Select Walk3 5PutclothesinSelectpiece ofclothingTake newclothingoutawayhappy &with newclothesEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 2011 143 5
  • 15. Technology: FablabTechnology: FablabWithout Fablab With FablabWithout Fablab With FablabEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201115
  • 16. FeasibilityFeasibilitycotton as a base +other materialsnew textile & seamless clothingOther similar existing systems:Other similar existing systems:-spray-on clothes-textile recycling for construction materials-Electrolux Clothing Extruder (Liz McCarter, 2010)Ecole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201116
  • 17. Triple bottom lineTriple bottom lineS i l N dSocial NeedHelpAccessEcologicalEconomicalRecycleReduceRentMicro-financeProfitsBig marketEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201117
  • 18. TimelineTimelineNow 2016 2020 2025DevelopingDevelopingtechnology& ResearchPrototyping& testing Available inseveral bigcitiesAvailableworldwideo d deEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201118
  • 19. Th kThank youEcole des Mines & Brunel University & Ecole d’Art et Design | March 201119